Review: The Silence in Her Eyes by Armando Lucas Correa
I was very much drawn to this one for its premise. I've heard of motion blindness previously, a rare condition, and it is obvious that the author has done his research and I found his descriptions incredibly interesting--just as I found Leah to be an interesting character. From the start, I wasn't quite sure that I liked or completely trusted the character and I was intrigued to watch the situation play out. In spite of this, the ending was still a surprise, and I found myself reading it back a couple of times to get the full impact.
A deliciously twisty tale with a memorable lead, perfect for fans of The Girl on the Train.
Thank you to Simon and Schuster Australia for my ARC of The Silence in Her Eyes.