The Day she can’t forget by Meg Carter
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
This story follows two protagonists – Zeb in 2016 and Alma in 1974 – switching between past and present. Zeb is found wandering along a street in freezing weather with no memory and blood al over her. As her memories slowly resurface, her fear intensives.
I found it difficult to continue reading about Alma, the other protagonist, as she was so boring and I couldn’t tell for a long time what her relation to the book was or her tie to Zeb. However, when it did come together at the end it was a solid and enjoyable ending.
A difficult back-and-forth structure to follow, but an interesting premise and a solid ending.