I received this book for free from Blogging For Books in exchange for an honest review.
Wow. This was a twisted story.
This is a hard book to review because I don’t want to spoil anything which is hard to do with a thriller, so if my review turns out a bit vague and abstract, that’s why.
The book started off a bit slow but really picked up about halfway through. By the time I got near the end, I was hooked.
Like the cover of the book suggests, you don’t know what is real and what is an illusion or reflection. That is the brilliance of this psychological thriller. Even at the end when you discover the truth, you don’t even know the full truth. You’re left wondering what parts are real and what parts are performance. The truth and fiction are woven together to create a captivating story about identity.
I really liked the ethical questions that this book brought up. I majored in philosophy in college and I always loved learning about ethics. This book definitely posed interesting ethical questions related to art throughout the novel.
Overall, this is an enthralling psychological thriller that dives deep and offers a fascinating look into a woman’s quest for identity.