This book jumps from a young Paul Adams to his now adult self. Paul is pulled back to his hometown of Gritten to see his mom as she slowly fades away in Hospice care. He had avoided returning to Gritten since he left for college and he doesn’t particularly enjoy being back now and those feelings intensify as things start happening that stirs up the past he has tried to forget.
This book will have you checking behind the shower curtain and turning your night light on. You will not be able to stop reading until you are completely lost in the twists and you are hit with the staggering ending that you will never be able to see coming.
It starts off with a slow build, just teasing you with breadcrumbs to keep you trekking along. Until you finally reach a twist and it snowballs down a mountain. It will have you picking your jaw up off the floor just to have you drop it all over again.
I have always had a hard time picking what to read next, call it indecisiveness or just plain picky. I walk around bookstores and read the back of what feels like hundreds of books and still have a hard time choosing. Then I joined a book subscription where you get a certain amount of choicesContinue reading “Is A Book Subscription Worth It?”