*Cover pic from Goodreads,com
This title comes out in June. It is a good summer read for teens or anyone who likes YA and a little mystery. I felt like there were some things that made me think it was like a YA Gone Girl in a way. Jill wakes up in a hospital and learns she was in a car accident in Italy, and her best friend died. She does not remember being in Italy or the car accident, and she has no idea why her friend was with her. So, the story builds with news stories, talk show clips, interviews, and police records. You see Jill as she learns what happened (and that people think it was murder on her part), and you start to build an image of all the players in the drama, even though Jill really does not regain her memory for the majority of the book. I felt it was interesting, the mystery was strong, and teen readers will love it. It does contain some pretty hefty profanity, but if that is not a concern, then the book is a good read for anyone who loves mystery and loves having that brain challenge of building a story when the narrator is not reliable. I would not personally rate it in my top books (thought the ending was a bit flimsy), but I would rate it high for teen readers and would recommend it because I was really sucked in until the end. It is one of those books where you hate the chapter to end because you are building the story as you go. That, to me, says it is a good book!