Girl A by Abigail Dean
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
“It wasn’t that we had ever been rich, or even comfortable, but we hadn’t been poor. The poverty crept into our lives like ivy on a window, slow enough that you don’t notice it moving, and then, in no time, so dense that we couldn’t see outside.”
― Abigail Dean
I was expecting so much more from this book. Perhaps a gritty thriller, or an emotional heartfelt story. It had such great potential, but the underwhelming nature of this book left me extremely disappointed. I stayed with it hoping for a twist or compelling second half. It just dragged. And dragged. And dragged.