This was another book which tested me. Nina has lost her husband and young daughter in a tragic accident and now she wonders whether there is something happening to her. A kind of dementia which she saw in her mother and which she can now frighteningly find in the same person who caused her family's death.
The premise alone is enough to keep you on edge. Another attitude to the unknown yet looking for answers illness in dementia and in Nina's case hyperthymesia. The ability to have instant recall of incidents of every day of her life.
This was not a comfortable book, but then we read not always for comfort. This was emotional because Nina was trying to cope, trying to survive on a day to day basis and life did not help her at all.
Emotionally challenging this was a difficult read. I cannot say I enjoyed the read but it was a good book.
Sent to me by Netgalley for an unbiased review, courtesy of Jody Wenner.