Wow I don’t know what to say really.
I think that most people rating this book have judged it based on the author’s hoax at claiming this was a true story but if you ignore all that mess, what you find here is a weird, heart breaking and, at times, hilarious novel.
I wasn’t sure why I decided to request this from Netgalley because it’s the sort of book I’d normally steer clear of, but I’m glad I left my comfort zone to read this. It was different for me. I enjoyed it enough but it was also a bit depressing and the story feels like only a snippet of a bigger story we’re not part of.
Sarah will take you through every single emotion you can possibly think of, from love to terror to hope and you’ll find yourself a bit lost once it’s all over.
Thanks to Netgalley and Little Brown Book Group UK for giving me the opportunity to read this in exchange for an honest review.