Tuesday, October 06, 2015


Author:  Julia Heaberlin
Genre:  Psychological Thriller, Standalone
Published:  2015
Personal Rating:  3.25/5 (just okay +)
Format:  eBook
Yearly Count:  55

From NetGalley:
A girl's memory lost in a field of wildflowers.
A killer still spreading seeds.

At seventeen, Tessa became famous for being the only surviving victim of a vicious serial killer. Her testimony put him on death row. Decades later, a mother herself, she receives a message from a monster who should be in prison. Now, as the execution date rapidly approaches, Tessa is forced to confront a chilling possibility: Did she help convict the wrong man?

I enjoyed the beginning of the book, then I noticed it was taking me a long time to read.  It just wasn't  keeping me engaged, so I didn't pick it up much.  Overall, the ending was a bit of a disappointment, but those feeling were building from the lack of enticement.  

Thoughts of Joy

My thanks go to Random House Publishing Group and NetGalley for providing me with this eGalley.


  1. Sorry you didn't love this since I've been wanting to read it.

  2. I enjoyed this one--love how the author didn't go into detail about the crime itself and yet we as readers knew it was terrible. The ending though, I found . . . a little disappointing? I'm still not quite sure how to describe my feelings about it. Unsatisfied?

    1. Literary Feline ~ I had high hopes for this one. I'm waiting for one to pull me in. Those Girls has my attention, but it's just the beginning.


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