Check out this review of the book, The Things We Thought We Knew, by Mashuda Snaith, from the Rather Too Fond of Books blog.
About the Book
Ravine and Marianne were best friends. They practised handstands together, raced slugs and went into the woods to play.
But now everything has changed.
Ten years later, Ravine lies in a bed plagued by chronic pain syndrome. And her best friend Marianne is gone.
How did their last adventure go so wrong? Who is to blame? And where is Marianne?
I’ve been eagerly anticipating the release of The Things We Thought We Knew for a little while now so I was thrilled when the publisher offered me an ARC to review recently. I’m so happy to say that this book was even more incredible than I was hoping it would be andI loved every minute that I was reading it.
I initially wanted to read The Things We Thought We Knew because I was fascinated to read a novel where the main character suffers from…
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