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What We Forgot to Bury Truth And Deceit Blur As One Woman S Desperation Twists Into Another S Desire For Revenge In This Mind Bending Psychological Novel Charlotte Coburn Has A Tragically Dark Past But She S Safe Now She Lives In A Gated Community, Protected From Danger When Teenager Elle Knocks At Her Door Looking For Shelter During A Particularly Severe Storm, The Woman Can T Help But Think How Lucky Elle S Been To Have Found Someone As Friendly As Her Except Elle Chose Her Door On Purpose She Knows All About Charlotte S Secrets Because They Ruined Her Family And Her Life And It Is Time That Everyone Else Knew But Charlotte S Past Has Left A Dark Void In Her Life, So She Is Concocting Her Own Vicious Plan, Convinced That Elle Can Help Fill That VoidAs Events Unfold, The Truth Unravels And Pulls Both Women Into A Dangerous Game That Will Leave You Wondering, Who S The Villain


10 thoughts on “What We Forgot to Bury

  1. says:

    Holy twists and turns, Batman Everybody is lying Nobody is who she claims to be Everyone wants something she can t have Nobody knows the whole story Everyone is gaslighting somebody Is there such a thing as righteous gaslighting Elle longs to free her abusive father from prison for a crime he says he didn t commit Charlotte lives in a world of fear, so why does she let a strange teenager into her life I rarely find an First Reads monthly freebie that I enjoy, and almost never as much as I loved WHAT WE FORGOT TO BURY I will definitely check out Marin Montgomery s other books.I could barely pull myself away from WHAT WE FORGOT TO BURY Montgomery s tension filled writing kept me thoroughly engaged from the first page to the last The pace never let up.Elle was a difficult character to fully embrace Often unkind to people, her nebulous motives were questionable, yet her childhood primed her to be a survivor Elle came by her distrust and bad attitude through a series of unfair circumstances Even if her father was innocent of manslaughter, he was guilty of horrific domestic violence.Charlotte didn t make a lot of sense nor did her marriage to Noah, one of the most absent, negligent husbands I ve ever read Was he that busy with work, or as Charlotte suspected, seeing his old girlfriend, her former roommate and best friend For someone as untrusting as Charlotte, she had terrible instincts regarding Elle, who did a terrible job of trying in ingratiate herself to Charlotte I d have called social services and run in the opposite direction if I was as traumatized with PTSD as Charlotte.So many reveals made sense and I never considered them WHAT WE FORGOT TO BURY ended with a big exclamation point, not a period I highly recommend this book.


  2. says:

    For my full review, visit me at was a thrilling read and one where I couldn t quite predict the narrative All of the characters had an agenda and I could not fathom who would be the most guilty Indeed, it felt like we are on a journey with both Elle and Charlotte as truths are eventually discovered.For my full review, visit me at


  3. says:

    Domestic Thriller Revolving Around WomenI enjoy domestic and psychological thrillers It doesn t happen often that I see one with women on both sides of the equation I loved that The book is told from the deep perspective of both main women, though I didn t think that their voices were unique enough I also didn t particularly like that both viewpoints were written from the first person present i.e., I walk That always feels awkward to me and makes some description even so The book pulls you in with a look at a pivotal scene in the revenge seekers life, when her father was arrested Despite some of my issues with this book, I enjoyed the book, particularly the surprises and rising tension The descriptions are well written, even if slightly annoying because of point of view Dialogue seemed realistic Everyone had secrets, and no one was what he or she seemed The action built well, and I couldn t put it down If you enjoy domestic thrillers like you, you may very well enjoy this book.My book blog


  4. says:

    I wanted to enjoy this book than I did Don t get me wrong, it was a fairly decent read I appreciated the attention to character development, which authors sometimes skimp on However, I thought parts of it were really implausible, so much so that I found it distracting from the story I can t say it is something I would recommend.


  5. says:

    Rounded up a little Interesting convoluted thriller where you never know where the truth lies.


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