Sunday, April 22, 2018

Review: Mother

Mother Mother by S.E. Lynes
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the type of story that you just have to give yourself over to and trust that the characters will reveal themselves at the right time. In the beginning you are not sure who the protagonist is, but I like that aspect as it makes for a great read.

Christopher is getting ready to go off to university in Leeds when he finds a letter in an old suitcase and he discovers the reason that he has always felt that something was missing from his life. He has always seemed a "bit off" and he has felt that he didn't fit in. The information he discovered is confirmed by his parents, whom he now knows are his adoptive family.

Christopher wants to belong to a real family, his own family and so he goes about trying to make it happen.

This was a terrific psychological thriller and with an unpredictable ending.

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