Black Out by Lisa Unger
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This took a bit longer than I 'planned' but it had nothing to do with the quality of the book, but instead the fact that this book deals with a lot of dark material and runs on three separate 'tracks'. One is the main storyline, where Annie is a wife and mother with a past that she cannot remember completely. Next is the past, where, as Ophelia (her given name), she is deep in the middle of murder and deception. Finally, the present life which she is dealing with, and tries to come to terms with, all the tracks of her life, and how the people around her fit in.
I thought I knew how things would turn out, and then I was wrong, and just when the last piece of the puzzle is put into place, you realize the piece belongs to a different puzzle and it doesn't quite fit.
I really enjoyed this, despite the fact it took me longer to read it.
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