Hanna is involved in a mysterious accident that leaves her with a traumatic brain injury and retrograde amnesia. Her memories of the last nine months have just disappeared and she’s relying on her sister, her best friends, and her longtime crush turned fiance, Max, to fill her in on the details. When she wakes up into this life, she thinks that everything is perfect, but she soon finds secrets lurking beneath the surface.
I’m a little conflicted about this one. It’s almost compulsively readable, written in the sort of style that forces you to continue since each chapter ends on a little bit of a cliffhanger. It’s also very short, and at just over 200 pages, I finished it in a little over two hours. I’ll be upfront and say that the book ends with absolutely no resolution — what could have been one reasonably-sized book has inexplicably been broken up into three very short parts.
Mild spoilers ahead.