The book deals with some heavy issues, that were at times hard to read about, especially as some of the themes were reflective of some of my own personal experiences (though not to such an intense degree thankfully). The novel tackles the complexities of mother-daughter relationships, controlling domestic relationships, identity, and our desperate need to be loved/wanted, whatever the cost. The time jumps that occur later in the novel seemed to have more purpose for their use and I was hooked for the last half, unable to put the book down until I finished.
Though this is not the sort of book I would usually read, I’m so glad that I did.
RATING: ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️