The Girl I Used To Be

By April Henry

In case you have never heard of the author:

April Henry is an American author of young adult fiction and other genres of novels. She lives in Oregon, went to university there, and has won awards for her creativity in writing. She has more than 12 books out.

In case you have never heard of the book:

Who is Olivia? Even she doesn’t know. Several years ago, she was the only survivor when her mother was murdered and her father disappeared. Now she wants to find out who did it, and why.

What did I think of it:

This novel is about the way that both everything and nothing is a secret in a small town. It is about the psychology of memory and discovering your roots. It is about how one moment can either define you or make you strong.

Overall, good thriller. Easy to read. Easy to understand and follow. Not easy to predict the outcome.

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