Some memories are better left untouched.
Ethan was abducted from his front yard when he was just seven years old. Now, at sixteen, he has returned to his family.
It’s a miracle… at first.
Then the tensions start to build. His reintroduction to his old life isn’t going smoothly, and his family is tearing apart all over again. If only Ethan could remember something, anything, about his life before, he’d be able to put the pieces back together.
But there’s something that’s keeping his memory blocked.
ARE. YOU. SERIOUS. RIGHT. NOW?
This book is a stand-alone. Yes. You read that right. And when you read the ending you will RAGE so hard. THATS IT?! I read all of that for you to end it like THAT? I’m so angry right now. How could this happen?
I don’t even care how much I enjoyed the first part of the book. The ending ruined all of that. Usually I roll my eyes at people who say that endings ruin books but I stand corrected. Once you read this book, you get to the end and realize what a WASTE the entire book was. I cannot remember ever being this mad before. Think, the last book in the Divergent series but 10x worse. YEAH.
Ethan is awful. Good luck to you all on liking him. I tried. I just couldn’t. But I was so engrossed in the story line that I just kept trucking on. Trucking on for what?…
N O T H I N G.
In my opinion, the real story inside this book was NEVER told and how sad is that? We as readers are left there to just guess on everything. How disappointing. An entire book full of potential greatness just…trashed. Gone.