it’s so amazing—everything—even the challenging but beautiful way it’s structured. “instant flashbacks”; shifting narrative point-of-view; shifting days featured in a tumultuous week for many intersecting characters.I guess some people would hate all this, but I love it. and the Mystery premise is fascinating: what really happened to Emily? is her fate tied to the gunman prowling around the hospital? does it have anything with Dylan Rowe, the comatose criminal lying in vegetative state in Ward 12? or is it more to do with an affair of Mara’s, gone wrong and bitter?
this is an author for me. that’s how it feels, and I hope it stays that way.