Girl Without a Face

Reviewed by Melanie on May 12, 2017

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I was excited to dig into Girl Without a Face after being intrigued by it’s description. I began the book and was quickly hooked, as anxious as Destiny to recover her memories and find out what happened.

The first twist of the book, which I don’t want to give away, I had figured out pretty early on, but the second twist was one I didn’t see coming. The storyline moves quickly and keeps you interested without dragging through all the mundane details. The flashbacks provide a great bit of foreshadowing to what comes later in the story.

The characters are well developed and easy to like. I know this review is shorter than most, but Girl Without a Face isn’t a long story, I finished in about three hours. It’s a great quick read with good characters and plot.

Girl Without a Face Book Cover Girl Without a Face
Medeia Sharif
Young Adult, Fiction, Romance, Mystery
Listening Library
November 1, 2016
Kindle Edition

Destiny awakes with amnesia. She'd been driving on a wet road, about to leave flowers at a memorial marker of a deceased classmate, when she almost met that same fate.

Her mother, Mildred, is beyond restrictive, and she doesn’t want Destiny to have her cellphone back. A nurse sneaks it into her room, but it’s useless without the passcode. After her hospital stay, her mother becomes physically abusive.

Destiny and the boy she’s developing feelings for decide to drive around to spark her memory. She’s positive she crashed near a memorial marker. When they find the place in question, and when Destiny remembers her phone’s passcode, nothing is as it seems—and Mildred is crazier than she first thought.

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