The Girl from the Sea by Shalini Boland / #Review @bookouture @ShaliniBoland

Washed up on the beach, she can’t remember who she is. She can’t even remember her name. Turns out, she has an idyllic life – friends and family eager to fill in the blanks.

But why are they lying to her? What don’t they want her to remember?

When you don’t even know who you are, how do you know who to trust?




People forget things. That very normal because your brain just has to make selections. Certain memories disappear and make place for new ones. It might annoy you from time to time because you are sad for the loss of some, but on the other hand you are happy about losing others.

What if one day though, you cannot remember anything anymore. Even worse you don’t even recognise yourself when you look in the mirror. You don’t understand why people act the way they do and you start asking questions. Well, let’s say sometimes it’s better just to start over again…

A perfect example how some people can play a role and worm their way into your mind. In the end I did not know who I felt for and who I hated.

This is my sixth book by this author and each and every time she captures my attention from the very first page and she only releases it when I have read the last word of the story. This was another great read. I enjoyed it thoroughly. 5 stars

Thank you, Shalini Boland and Bookouture


About the author

Shalini lives in Dorset, England with her husband, two children and Jess their cheeky terrier cross. Before kids, she was signed to Universal Music Publishing as a singer songwriter, but now she spends her days writing suspense thrillers (in between school runs and hanging out endless baskets of laundry). 


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