She’ll never forget… I’ll never forgive.
People always notice my daughter, Isobel. How could they not? Extraordinarily beautiful... until she speaks.
An unsettling, little-girl voice, exactly like a child’s, but from the mouth of a full-grown woman.
Izzie might look grown-up, but inside she’s trapped. Caught in the day it happened… the day that broke her from within. Our family fell apart that day, and we never could pick up the pieces
This is more of a suspense thriller then a psychological thriller. While in a psychological thriller makes you "jump off your seat, this one keeps you on the edge of your set. As your reading the story you meet Isoble and find out that unknowingly to her mother Isoble has a secret and not just any secret but a dark one that's connected to her childhood as well to the house they live in, and the more you read the more you find out that not only is this dark secret connected to Isoble and her home but to a other family as well, like i said its more of a suspense thriller then anything because of the the more you read , you became ware of things unknown to the Isoble's mother before she finds out, its still a good story to read because it makes you keep asking yourself what is this dark secret that holds Isoble so much that it seems that even though she's now growing up she's still a very much so a scared little girl inside, and how its connected to her home and to the other family , and why didn't she mother notice some thing was wrong until now, to find out more you have to read the book, with that said i want to thank Netgalley for letting me read and review The Memory in change for my honest opinion. Can't wait to read more from this author.