I loved this - the cover tells it like it is as a raw and emotive read and draws the reader to open up. I particularly like the narrative style throughout the story and the questions posed by the main character. I think it is a very tricky subject to get right and to tell the story in the third person in this way helps the reader to connect with the protagonist and to empathise with her ordeal and subsequent confusion caused by it. The author addresses the myriad feelings following such an event and writes with conviction. The characters are all very real as is the description of the environment and time, it is in essence a believable piece of work that makes the reader want to continue reading and not to bother with housework until the last page is finished.