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The Dollhouse in the Crawlspace

by Ellen Byerrum

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Set this down after the first page - I decided it was just too ridiculous. But then I picked it back up and promised myself to finish the first chapter. (I don't know why I was so resistant - the writing was fine but I was repelled by the idea of her therapist being her fiance I think).

Anyhow, I'm glad I kept reading because it turned out to be a great read and I really liked the main character. It's not the kind of ending I like, but I enjoyed the rest of the book so much I'm happy to forgive that! ( )
  Melayla | Jun 11, 2016 |
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If you lost your memories, would you lose your soul? “In my memories, my eyes are always green." After a devastating accident, a young woman finds herself recovering in a memory research facility near Washington, D.C., in this new psychological suspense thriller. Her eyes are brown, not green as she remembers; her memories are broken .” She struggles to recover her memory and identity. The crash, her recent past, years of her life? It's mostly blank, She begins to remember being not one, but two very different women. Which one is real? Is she Tennyson or Marissa? Or neither one? If she can’t trust her mind, her doctor, or her own eyes, who can she trust? To save her sanity, she begins writing a secret journal between the lines of a forgotten copy of Homer's Odyssey. To save her life, she begins her own harrowing odyssey into the secrets of her past and present.

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