Author - Erin Kelly
ISBN - 9781444797152
My Copy - E-Arc
Format - Kindle
Release Date - UK/ 20th April 2017 -- US/ 6th June 2017
Genre - Adult >Mystery > Thriller
Where You Can Find It - Goodreads - Waterstones - Barnes & Noble - Indigo - Book Depository - Amazon UK - Amazon US
Who do you believe?
In the hushed aftermath of a total eclipse, Laura witnesses a brutal attack.
She and her boyfriend Kit call the police, and in that moment, it is not only the victim's life that is changed forever.
Fifteen years on, Laura and Kit live in fear.
And while Laura knows she was right to speak out, the events that follow have taught her that you can never see the whole picture: something - and someone - is always in the dark...
Even though i requested this i wasn't sure i was going to enjoy this book since i have never read anything like it before but once i started i couldn't stop reading it had me hooked and i honestly didn't see anything coming.
There are two Narrators in this book Kit and Laura and we go from the past to the present, Kit and Laura are Totality people they go around the world watching Eclipses and on one fateful trip in Cornwall they stumble on a crime. But that is the only thing we know for certain because like the blurb says someone is always in the dark.
I loved Laura's character she was strong and,even if she didn't always do the right thing she did it for the right reasons apart from maybe one thing that i cannot talk about.
Kit annoyed me at times, because who leave their pregnant with twins wife alone, and run off to some island to watch an Eclipse that is just one of many reason i personally didn't take to Kit but again there are a lot more because nothing is ever as it seems.
There are two other characters Beth and Jamie, the two people who the Crime involves. I have never read a consent/rape topic book where it made me question what really happened normally it is cut and dry in these types of books but it the truth seemed to be covered in layers and we only really know the real story by accident.
I really don't want to say much about the story, for i think if you read this you should go into it blind because i did and it was the most enjoyable/ draining way to read it.
I am not going to lie this was a huge mind f**k and i feel exhausted after reading it but at the same time i would read it again and again.
Until Next Time