Joy was a model student and till very recently a model daughter. Discovering her body in a local pond and finding out that she was strangled was a shock to the entire community. Unraveling threads of her life over the last few months was surprising to all.
Told by four different people from four different perspectives, the stories are different and their views of the dead teenager vary. It shows how little we know those we live with and again reiterates how little we know our own children. How clever we are at subterfuge and how cleverly we can hide what we feel, what we do and what we are going to do.
The story was rather slow to unravel at the beginning but it picked up mid way and the actual discovering of the murderer was surprising (to me at least it was a surprise). The truth was a jolt for all.
The book was sent to me by Netgalley for an unbiased review, courtesy of Grand Central Publishing.
I'm glad to know it starts out slow but is worth sticking with.ReplyDelete
It's always interesting to get different perspectives. No one sees the same person or situation the same way. This sounds like a good one.ReplyDelete
I've got this one sitting on the stacks.ReplyDelete
Like the sound of this one - thanks for sharing and have a nice weekend.ReplyDelete