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Publisher's Summary

Tess Strebel can’t recognize her own face.

She can’t recognize her home. Her bedroom is unfamiliar. And she can’t remember the handsome stranger lying next to her in bed. A stranger who claims he’s her husband.

Tess reads a letter in her own handwriting, composed during a rare lucid day, explaining her life as it now exists: she was in a terrible car accident one year ago. Every morning, she wakes up unable to remember most of the last decade. Including her own wedding.

Tess has no choice but to accept her new life and hope her memory will return. After all, why should she doubt the letter she wrote to herself? Or the kind man from the wedding photos on her dresser who seems to genuinely care about her well-being?

And then Tess receives a text message on her phone. One that changes everything:

"Don’t trust the man who calls himself your husband."

©2022 Freida McFadden (P)2022 Podium Audio

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Groundhog Day all Over Again

The book was okay. Predictable. A little boring on occasion, as if I just read that. But it was a great performance.

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Wow!!

What a wild ride! The story was captivating start to finish and I could never have guessed that ending!

The narration was spectacular!

This might be my favorite Freida McFadden book yet!

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Wow!

This was even better than I anticipated. I finished it in one day. It pulled me in and kept my undivided attention.

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good read

it was a little repetitive but kind of goes with the story line. I seen the ending coming. not 100% predictable there was a little bit of a twist there but all in all I pieced it together. I listened to the entire thing in a day. I've always been the type to have to finish something all at once. I'd definitely recommend. thought it was a good story.

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Good story Great narrator

Story was good kept me interested. I needed to figure out what was happening with her memory the big twist was great didn’t see it coming. But of course in true Frieda McFadden form the last one puts the exclamation mark.

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meh..

I'm a big Freida Mcfadden fan but this book fell flat for me. The twist just wasn't a good twist for me and the ending left me anxious. The narrator was good.

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Couldn't put it down!

I found this story extremely easy to follow, finished in less than 12 hours. This ending was less violent than most of the other books I've read by her so far. The usual complicated process of trying to figure out who is trustworthy is a cooking theme in McFadden's work. People and situations are seldom as they appear.

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Fast-paced fluff

This book seemed like a short story stretched into a novel. It was initially fast-paced and engaging but became somewhat tiresome after numerous repetitions. I admire the author's uncluttered writing style, which made it an easy listen. I have to admit that I was a little disappointed by the ending. Overall rating: 3.5 stars rounded up

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  • 06-21-22

Groundhog Day

This book is Groundhog Day with malice. I feel like I have read this book or something like it before, so I was having my own sense of deja vu or living in the Groundhog Day movie. This one is not a keeper. It is tedious knowing sections of this book will repeat each day. It is annoying the first time it happens, then just flat out irritating after that. Also, i dont think stage 4 glioblastomas go into remission, it is a death sentence.

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  • 07-16-22

Enjoyable

This was a fun book to listen too. I enjoyed the narrators voice and I felt the main characters frustration but the beginning is basically from the movie, 50 First Dates, so that bugged me a bit.
I still don’t know why she didn’t write everything down and hide it in her dogs collar but then again it wouldn’t be a story.
I do like this author and I love ‘The Housemaid’ this book isn’t as twisty and turns as that but still worth listening too.