Siri, Who Am I? was a fun, somewhat intriguing read about a woman who loses her memory and has to patch her life back together. It’s more on the light and fluffy end of the scale, rather than serious and dramatic.
I enjoyed the book, but I didn’t love it, and I especially didn’t love the main character. She has some… rubbish opinions about sex workers and made comments that really rubbed me the wrong way. She was hypocritical, and I don’t think it was addressed at all. There was little to no character growth there. I didn’t really enjoy how this was a book about someone finding themselves, but not going through any personal development.
All that said, it was an entertaining read and I suppose I quite liked it. It kept me reading, anyway.