All Is Not Forgotten by Wendy Walker
An intriguing psychological thriller about Jenny, who is brutally raped at age 15. She’s given a controversial drug in order to forget the rape, but this messes her up more than the memory of it, so she goes to a psychologist to help her recover her memories.
The story is tense and suspenseful, although I had a difficult time liking the way the narration was done. Clearly very skilful and unique, but I found the execution of the ‘telling’ voice a little difficult to stay tuned into sometimes. Other than that, an exceptional story.