If you’re a fan of psychological thrillers (like me), you’ll want to check out Megan Hart’s (writing as Mina Hardy) new book, After All I’ve Done!
After a car accident, Diana Sparrow has lost months from her memory. But there’s one thing she knows for sure: her husband and her best friend are sleeping together. And for some reason, she’s not too upset about it. Because everyone in Diana’s life has secrets, including Diana herself.
Plagued by nightmares, Diana’s lost memories are trying to tell her something – but are they real, or is she losing her mind?
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After All I’ve Done by Mina Hardy (My Thoughts)
After All I’ve Done was one of those books that sucks you in right away. The writing is smooth and very readable. It’s a stay-up-late, accidentally-burn-your-dinner kind of thriller. If you need to break a reading slump, these short, twisty chapters will come to the rescue.
Sure, memory loss plots can be overdone, but it felt unique here. The narration is gripping, the details are intriguing, and the characters all have SO many secrets. You won’t know who to trust, but you’ll definitely want to keep turning the pages. I basically read the entire book in one sitting.
Buuut I’m still not sure how I feel about the ending. 😆 It was WILD, and a little too abrupt for my liking. Overall, though, this was very entertaining, well written, and worth the read! (It doesn’t hurt that the cover is absolutely gorgeous, too!)
Rating: 4 (out of 5) stars
Publication date: November 10th, 2020
Looking for more great book recommendations? Check out my list of my most-anticipated November 2020 book releases!