The Stranger In The Mirror

The Stranger In The Mirror A young lady awakens from an accident in an unknown place and cannot reconcile the person she is told she is who is twenty five years older

  • Title: The Stranger In The Mirror
  • Author: Jane Land
  • ISBN: 3452426611
  • Page: 171
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • A young lady awakens from an accident in an unknown place and cannot reconcile the person she is told she is, who is twenty five years older.

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    1. This novel unexpectedly supplied excellent breaths of air, until disintegrating into two clich├ęs I abhor. Tracy explored a castle and travelled out-of-country with a lawyer, free and safe even when he suddenly left. She should have had money but barring a passport, could have explained being brainwashed in Spain, to London or any police. Outsiders were not programmed to believe her captors. Even if we thought dragging her unwillingly back to Spain were plausible, watched by Hunt and Janet, I do [...]

    2. I'm laughing as I write this review, at the fact that I'm even admitting that I read this book. I picked it up at the rummage sale and for some reason thought it looked interesting. Surprisingly, I enjoyed it! Light reading, but an interesting plot about a woman who wakes up in a strange house and is told she is a recovering alcoholic named Jessica. Catch? She can't remember the last fifteen years of her life and thinks she should be only twenty-five. Questions arise as she finds that her suppos [...]

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