I really enjoyed this. A good well written psychological thriller kind of thing, with a plot line that makes no sense to you at all until the end, which is how it should be.
I think the tagline of “It’s every mother’s nightmare” is a bit over the top as I don’t ever remember worrying that my baby would be swapped for another near identical one and I’d be the only one who noticed. I’m sure there are more common nightmares! Anyway, it’s a good book and doesn’t need hysterical marketing.
More information about this book can be found on goodreads.
i am in the middle of constructing this house! need to wait for it to dry before i let the decorator loose!
neat, though i want the concept of needing to “jailbreak” your iphone to vanish into the mists of history.
neat, though i want the concept of needing to "jailbreak" your iphone to vanish into the mists of history.
cool, one of the "$100 laptops" (they currently cost more) in action. (they’re intended for third world school children.)
i have no idea where one would obtain a "container of marshmellow fluff" outside the US, and I’m not sure i’d have the stomach to eat it either, but these look ace.
"If science has taught us anything it’s that you should stand in your kitchen and spin around as fast as you can."