The Forgotten Ones by Steena Holmes
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Mind. Blown. A line from the book, and how I feel after reading it. Steena Holmes weaves a tantalizing tale that keeps the reader on their toes until the end. The story involves a young woman, Elle, who is searching for answers to her past that her mentally unstable mother is unable or unwilling to provide. Elle discovers that her grandfather is dying at the very hospital she works at. The two become acquainted over a series of stories he tells. But what is fact and what is fiction? Elle is left to piece together snippets of information told to her by her grandfather, mother, mother’s caregiver, and old family friends. However, sometimes the truth is more horrifying than fiction. Fans of Jessica Strawser’s Not That I Could Tell and Catherine McKenzie’s Fractured will love this book!
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