Book review: I Know Who You Are


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Synopsis: Aimee Sinclair: the actress everyone thinks they know but can’t remember where from. But I know exactly who you are. I know what you’ve done. And I am watching you.

When Aimee comes home and discovers her husband is missing, she doesn’t seem to know what to do or how to act. The police think she’s hiding something and they’re right, she is – but perhaps not what they thought. Aimee has a secret she’s never shared, and yet, she suspects that someone knows. As she struggles to keep her career and sanity intact, her past comes back to haunt her in ways more dangerous than she could have ever imagined.

How did this book end up in my hands? I read a 10-part serialisation of the book via The Pigeonhole ahead of publication.

Was it a page-turner? Yes, I am sure that had I had the physical copy of the book in my hands, I would have finished reading it in a couple of days.

Did the book meet my expectations? It did indeed. I love it when I have no idea about what is going to happen until it’s already happening. The dual narrative was perfectly executed and the characters were magnificent, even though none of them was endearing. I think that’s the brilliance of it! I would definitely recommend this book. Heck, I would probably like to reread it myself!

Three words to describe it. Surprising. Absorbing. Twisted.

My favourite quote: Ever since I was a child, I have preferred to inhabit the fictional lives of others, hiding in stories that have happier endings than my own; we are what we read.

Do I like the cover? Not my favourite cover ever but it packs a punch!

Have I read any other books by the same author? Not yet but I look forward to it!

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