"No single person inhabits my skin, no simple emotion sets up home in my head." ~ pg. 167
Lizzie is trying to move on from the tragic death of her husband. She struggles to remember him in the proper way. The way that he would want to be remembered. Exactly one year after Zach's car crash, Lizzie goes to lay flowers on the site of the fatal accident. What she finds baffles her. Someone has already been there and left flowers addressed to Zach. The name doesn't look familiar. What is it that she doesn't know about Zach? Is she remembering everything?
"People like me can't relax." ~ pg. 161
Sabine Durrant wrote this book in such a way that it had me questioning if I was losing it. Am I cray cray or is the character really the crazy one? The details were vital to the story so I over-analyzed each part while it unfolded. And oh, what a good read it is. I can't say much more without spoiling the plot and twists. Bookhearts, just take my word for it and add Remember Me This Way to your list of psychological thrillers to read in the near future.
DISCLAIMER: This book was received directly from the publisher for review purposes only. In no way does it influence my review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.
Author: Sabine Durrant
Published: May 2015