When one is writing a novel in the first person, one must be that person. – Daphne du Maurier Daphne du Maurier is known for her effortless ease of narrating the most complex of plots in such a convincing first person voice that it seems to transcend the barriers of reality and virtuality. Her fictions seem to be the real… Read more →
The Goodreads and iBooks preview snippets looked amazing; 20 on 10 for the guy who came up with them, but only 5 on 10 to the author for writing the book.
The story starts with Rachel Watson…poor, fat Rachel…sad Rachel…a sorry little liar with no life of her own… a barren lonely desperate broke divorcee who is about to be homeless and an AA for whom the only source of consolation lies in binge drinking.