There’s freedom in remembering.
My past is a double-edged sword.
Damned if I do remember, damned if I don’t.
Remembering beyond the horrors I already have will change me. Change us.
But, what if I’m living a lie? What if everything I thought was wrong, what if who I thought I was is wrong?
If not her, then…
Who am I?
Eddie says it doesn’t matter, but deep down I’m terrified it does.
I’m trapped. Held prisoner by a past I can’t remember and a future that might not belong to me.
There’s a light though, not at the end of the tunnel… But wavering in the distance, calling to me from Rumor Island.
That light, it scares me far more than darkness. Am I brave enough to confront it?
So many questions, so few answers.
I don’t have a choice; the truth always finds a way to the surface. Finally learning who I really am will be a permanent life sentence:
Total punishment or absolute amnesty.
3 out of 5 stars
I was so excited to read this book. Unfortunately, I just didn’t like this book as much as I liked Amnesia.
I still enjoyed the love and connection between Eddie and Amnesia. I think Eddie was great with her throughout the book, assuring her that he would love her no matter what and no matter who she was. I started to get excited when I found out there was a way, through dental records, to find out Amnesia’s identity, but then nothing ever came of it.
I struggled with Sadie. I was relieved and happy she was found at first, but that didn’t last very long. Once her motives were clear, I was done with her and I really wish Eddie had been too. I can understand the guilt he felt, but I don’t feel like he should have held on for as long as he did after he knew what she was capable of.