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Blurb (from Goodreads):
‘Deeply intriguing and provocative,… ALL IS NOT FORGOTTEN is not to be missed’–KARIN SLAUGHTER
You can erase the memory. But you cannot erase the crime.
Jenny’s wounds have healed.
An experimental treatment has removed the memory of a horrific and degrading attack.
She is moving on with her life.
That was the plan. Except it’s not working out.
Something has gone. The light in the eyes. And something was left behind. A scar. On her lower back. Which she can’t stop touching.
And she’s getting worse.
Not to mention the fact that her father is obsessed with finding her attacker and her mother is in toxic denial.
It may be that the only way to uncover what’s wrong is to help Jenny recover her memory. But even if it can be done, pulling at the threads of her suppressed experience will unravel much more than the truth about her attack.
‘Original, compelling and very, very clever’
-B.A. Paris, bestselling author of Behind Closed Doors
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
This was an adult mystery story, about a girl who was raped.
It’s hard to say who the main character in this was because the story was told from the point of view of the psychiatrist of the girl who was raped, which was a bit weird really. I was expecting the story to follow Jenny, or to at least follow her part of the time.
The storyline in this was about trying to find out who had raped Jenny, and the psychiatrist’s fears that it was his own son who had done the deed. I found the way this book was written to be a little unusual though, and it wasn’t really what I was expecting. The pace in this was also pretty slow, which bugged me.
The ending to this was okay, but I did struggle to get there a bit.
6 out of 10