For the past twenty years, Christine would wake up every day thinking she has her whole life ahead of her. Everyday she hears the same explanation that since "the accident" her brain can't store new memories. Her slate is wiped clean every time she goes to sleep--until that starts to change. Her journal is the only thing that can steer her in the right direction, telling her the truths aboutwhat has really happened and who she really is. Contrasting with the few memories that start to return, Christine is filled with doubts of who she can trust and if she is being told nothing but lies. The author continuously adds even more twists and turns. Reading for hours on end, I just could not put Before I Go to Sleep down. Such suspense!
-Christa, Account Services