Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Review: Desperately Undone

Desperately Undone Desperately Undone by Christine Winston
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is one of those books that I find it so hard to write a review for. There were so many points in the story I just wanted to put it down and walk away. I get the why. Bree needed answers about her kidnapping. 10 years and she still struggled with living her life. She kept herself locked in both physically and mentally. So I did understand why she wanted answers when Michael was released from prison for the part he played in the kidnapping. What I struggled with was the feeling she had for him. How can the feelings be true? After the pain and trauma that Bree went through. Then the book would flash back to when Bree was held and she was slowly remembering what happened. When she ends up on the run with Michael. You slowly realize things aren't always what they seem. While I was still dealing with the whole storyline I found myself drawn into their world and like Bree I needed to know the truth. Michael wasn't a good person, who is was and who he wanted to be so on the opposite spectrum. Why he was the way he was plays an important part of the story.
The writing is fantastic so no complaints there. A wonderful job was done with the storyline. So many twists and turns. Some you can see coming and some out of left field but makes so much sense afterwards.
Normally I write a summary of the book before giving my thoughts and feelings on it. But for anyone that has problems with book themes like this, don't give up on reading. There is so much more to the book then what the blurb gives you. I received an arc of this book in exchange for an honest review

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