February 1, 2017

Dare to Remember

"Post-traumatic stress disorder. She dislikes the term, feeling it reduces her to a category, so that they can file her in the right place. She doesn't want to be lumped together with other people, with other traumas. And she doesn't have a 'disorder'." ~ 7%

Lisa Fulbrook flees to the countryside to recuperate from an attack that left her badly injured and her best friend dead. Lisa doesn't quite remember what really happened that night, let alone the identity of the attacker and reason why. Like the title states, she dares to remember the truth.

Dare to Remember did not live up to its psychological thriller tag. Where was the shock? I struggled with continuing to read after my 50-Page Rule. It sparked up a bit only to let me back down. I held out thinking the ending would make it all worth my time. Nope. I could be in the minority with disliking Dare to Remember so check out other reviews before making a decision to read/not read it.

Happy Pub Day, Susanna Beard!

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 honestly my own and would be the same if I spent my hard-earned coins.

Title: Dare to Remember
Author: Susanna Beard
Published: February 2017
Pages: 288
Edition: Galley
Rating: ♥♥


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