The Hidden Girls by Rebecca Whitney
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
So many books has been written where strange things happen, someone’s paranoid or seeing things that aren’t there or actually hearing things that aren’t real.
Trying to get the reader to buy into the thoughts of, is this real or not that the character is feeling.....
Or....is it real.....is it sinister......is it imagination or someone tormenting them.
This is added with mental illness.
Personally I’ve gone from appreciating these type of “excuses” or “reasons” conveniently for a thriller.
I think it’s sometimes really not a good advert for supporting those with mental health.
Some authors can do it passingly well, others cannot.
The blurb was what tempted me.
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