I was nervous to read about a fairly distressing topic, and was therefore surprised when this turned out to be a page turner of note. The love story unfolded in a subtle way, and was sensitively handled Three points of view told the story - Anna, Eve and Eve's daughter. I was left with a tremendous sense of hope after finishing the book, and shed many tears along the way.
The only negative was that the timelines were confusing. I learned to not worry too much about where I was in the story, and let it piece itself together later, which was fine, but perhaps I would have enjoyed it more, had I not had those questions.
A truly beautiful read. Sensitively handled.
With thanks to Netgalley and the publishers, who provided me with a copy in exchange for my honest review. This in no way influenced my opinion of the book.
You may also enjoy Still Alice by Lisa Genova and Elizabeth is Missing by Emma Healey. Or what about The Secrets of Midwives, also by Sally Hepworth?