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Maddie and Ian met during a chance encounter overseas. He served as a bodyguard while Maddie was a travel writer visiting her best friend, Jo. After a few ups and downs, Maddie and Ian get married and have a son, Charlie. They are living the American dream. During a family camping trip, Maddie endured a horrifying accident leaving her badly scarred and unable to remember the accident. Maddie begins writing therapy with a therapist to help her remember and find the cause of her anxiety.
The novel alternates between the past, present, and "The Day of the Killing". The novel was a good read but towards halfway into the book, I lost interest. I found it hard to like any of the characters or empathize with them. I couldn't relate to any of the characters. Overall, the book was a decent read but, the ending was a complete disappointment. I felt like the ending was rushed and confusing.
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