In S.J. Watson’s debut thriller, Before I Go to Sleep , Christine doesn’t have trouble sleeping. She just can’t remember anything when she wakes up. Every morning, her memory reboots and she has to relearn everything about her life, the strange man in her bed, and how she arrived at this condition. At her therapist’s suggestion, she starts recording details in a secret journal, and finds that the people around her may not be telling her the whole truth, if any at all. Worse yet, what she doesn’t know could definitely hurt or even kill her.
What people say about this novel:-
'Simply the best novel I've ever read.' - Tess Gerritsen
'Brilliant in its pacing, profound in its central question, suspenseful on every page - and satisfying in its thriller ending.' - Anita Shreve
'So high concept, so ambitious, and so structurally brilliant. It's rare to read a thriller that's perfect in every detail, but this one definitely qualifies!' - Sophie Hannah
'A deft, perceptive exploration of a fascinating condition, and a cracking good thriller.' - Lionel Shriver
'Left my nerves jangling.' - Dennis Lehane
Memories define us.
So what if you lost yours every time you went to sleep?
Your name, your identity, your past, even the people you love - all forgotten overnight.
And the one person you trust may only be telling you half the story.
Welcome to Chritine's life.
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