What She Saw
by: Sheila Lowe
Genre: Mystery Suspense
Release Date: September 24, 2014
Imagine waking up on a train and having no recollection of how you got there. The more you think, the more you realize that you don’t have any idea who you are…no name, no memories, no life.
This is the situation you’re drawn into in “What She Saw.”
A woman…no name, no memory, no life…only fear.
By chance or fate, she runs into someone who knows her and gives her a ride home.
At her home she finds two IDs, two sets of keys, one face…hers, but two separate lives!
What She Saw was a very interesting book. It was everything that you could want in a mystery. There’s amnesia, conspiracies, politics, love, and loss. And all of this centers around one person who isn’t quite sure who she is, was, or wants to be. Although, the story is told in third person, it does a great job of allowing you to see the world through the eyes of someone who has suffered such a major trauma that they aren’t sure about anything or anyone. There are plenty of clues along the way to help unravel the mystery but it’s best to just strap in for the ride.
There is so much that I could say about this book that would be intriguing and ridiculous at the same time. The web of deceit is so intricate that I had to really concentrate on just absorbing all of the details to truly put all of the pieces together. That’s not to say that I figured anything out ahead of time. I tried but failed to get ahead of the mystery. Oddly enough, that’s what makes the book worth reading. You can’t help but want to find out what really happened to Jenna. Why was she on the train? Where did she come from? Where was she going? Hero or villain? Well, you just have to read and find out. If I was to give even one clue, it would take away from a very well conceived storyline.
**Received a copy from the author in exchange for an honest unbiased opinion.**
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