Release Date: July 8th 2014
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You take it for granted. Waking up. Going to school, talking to your friends. Watching a show on television or reading a book or going out to lunch.
You take for granted going to sleep at night, getting up the next day, and remembering everything that happened to you before you closed your eyes.
You live and you remember.
Me, I live and I forget.
But now—now I am remembering.
For all of her seventeen years, Molly feels like she’s missed bits and pieces of her life. Now, she’s figuring out why. Now, she’s remembering her own secrets. And in doing so, Molly uncovers the separate life she seems to have led…and the love that she can’t let go.
The Half Life of Molly Pierce is a suspenseful, evocative psychological mystery about uncovering the secrets of our pasts, facing the unknowns of our futures, and accepting our whole selves.
The Half Life of Molly Pierce promises to be an exciting thriller, and, in some ways, it was. I very much enjoyed it, but I wasn’t completely in love with it. I found the entire mystery to be very predictable, which took some of my enjoyment away. I like to be kept completely in the dark, but I thought it was very obvious as to what was going on. However, since the psychological topic covered in this book interests me, I was still liking the plot enough to continue reading to the end.