I’ve heard and seen this book everywhere so I had to read it. Shooting your spouse five times in the face and then, pulling the silent treatment, now that is a good defense. What would cause someone to commit such a crime? I had to know.
I didn’t know if I really trusted Alicia throughout the book, although I didn’t know who I trusted really. Theo and Alicia both seemed sketchy to me. In parts of this books, I felt that I was secretly doing one of those sinister laughs as I read it. So who was getting the raw end of the deal now?
Alicia was admitted to the Grove, six years ago for a crime that she committed against her husband. Theo, feels that he’s qualified for the available position of forensic psychotherapist at the Grove, which will also provide him the opportunity to work with Alicia. Oh Theo, right off the bat, you feel that you are uniquely qualified to help the unresponsive Alicia and that myself, has me questioning your motive.
As I learned more about the two of them, both what is presently occurring and their past, it’s no wonder things are a mess. What I thought for one of them, I ended up thinking for the other one eventually. While I was reading, I was trying to figure out which one of them was clever and which one of them was smart. What was their motive? What did they really want? I never saw that ending coming nor did I suspect it.
I thought the book was a fun, entertaining read. I can see why some individuals really loved the book, I enjoyed it but I didn’t love it. I’m glad that I read it and I look forward to reading what this author writes in the future.