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September 3, 2016



When they were ten everybody wanted to be Serena’s friend, to find themselves one of the inner circle. But doing so meant proving your worth, and doing that often had consequences it’s not nice to think about – not even thirty-five years later.
Karen Rothwell is randomly reminded of an incident in her childhood which just as suddenly becomes an obsession. It takes her on a journey into a land of secrets and lies; it means finding that gang of girls from Marsh Green Junior School and most importantly of all finding Serena Whinn.

The suspense of this thriller had me hooked to every word. Thirty five years. That was what had passed since Karen Rothwell had seen her old school friend Serena Whinn. Karen has an obsession and sees regularly visions of Serena Whinn that talk to her. Things that happened in the past Karen can’t remember due to an accident that she had. Janice Dexter was Karen’s best friend, but she was murdered. Did Karen have a reaction of a traumatised child that made her not remember what happened to Janice? Children can be very, very cruel. There are some very mega big twists in this chilling story.  I had never heard the name of this author until I stumbled upon The Unravelling. I now want to read more books by Thorne Moore.

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