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We Came Here to Forget
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  • Title: We Came Here to Forget
  • Author: Andrea Dunlop
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 147
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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127 Blog on “We Came Here to Forget

  1. Chelsea Humphreysays:

    I went into this story with medium level expectations it seems much of women s fiction is being touted as a dark thriller these days, and when those stories fail to deliver on the promise of a stomach churning plot, readers are disappointed Not so here Dunlop has weaved together a wholly emotional tale that packs a wallop of a punch right where it counts There are certainly dark themes dispersed in the narrative, but the weight of this book rests on its ability to deliver the reader a connect I [...]

  2. Allysonsays:

    We Came Here to Forget, publishing July 2019, is the third novel from author Andrea Dunlop Her previous novels, She Regrets Nothing and Losing the Light, are a slow simmer of sinister motives, with characters often driven by selfish desires and unforgiving flaws We Came Here to Forget features Dunlop s similar dark undertones, but with an important distinction the characters, most of them anyway, know when they re slipping into self destructive territory, and beyond that, actually try and hel We [...]

  3. Ambersays:

    Thanks to Atria and Netgalley for the free review copy.I m struggling to come up with what to say about this one I really enjoyed the book until the epilogue The dual timeline narrative was a great way to tell the story and keep interest and suspense building The storyline in general was unique and interesting and sucked me in right away I enjoyed the characters, especially Katie Liz and following along on her journey I would ve been satisfied with the book ending after the final chapter F Thank [...]

  4. Cathy Brancifortesays:

    This is the second book that I ve read by Andrea Dunlop that I have absolutely loved The story slowly unfolds with each chapter alternating in the voices of Katie Liz and the reader is never quite sure what the tragedy is that occurred to set the whole story in motion until well on in the book I was guessing, never sure, yet enjoying Katie Liz s adventures on the ski slopes and in Argentina as I went along for the ride, catching up on the background story I loved reading about Argentina, wi This [...]

  5. Kristina Libbysays:

    I m a massive fan of Dunlop s work and this continues to be true in what I consider her best work to date it s haunting, emotional, fun and honest A must read and great for a vacation I finished it in one day while in Mauritius

  6. Jessicasays:

    Wow, this is such a great story I found myself so emotionally invested from the beginning which baffles me But I guess it has to do with the fact that I always feel strongly about US Olympians and admire their focus and talent It s heartbreaking to think of something tragic happening to any of them But this story is one that is so emotional and mesmerizing that I could hardly put it down

  7. Pamsays:

    Thank you NetGalley for a digital ARC Put this on your 2019 TBR 4.5 stars A smart, sophisticated and wonderful novel told in alternating chapters of past and present that ultimately merge We follow Katie as a little girl as she becomes an Olympic medalist skier, and when after family tragedy she flees to Buenos Aires seeking anonymity, healing and ultimately rediscovery and the ability to forgive She meets a group on interesting friends who like her have sought a mental and geographical esc Than [...]

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