Ready to enjoy an amazing read this 2020? Take a look at this great book…
All In Her Head by Nikki Smith
About The Book
Alison is more alone than she’s ever been. She is convinced that her ex-husband Jack is following her. She is certain she recognises the strange woman who keeps approaching her in the canteen.
She knows she has a good reason to be afraid. She just can’t remember why.
Then the mention of one name turns her life upside down.
Alison feels like she’s losing her mind… but it could just lead her to the truth.
How I love a good book which mix-up my feelings without knowing if what I am reading is true or not! Because in “All in Her Head”, it will be much more complicated to decipher who else aside of the main character should we believe, and what to trust. Ready?
Alison’s life is more or less peaceful, she doesn’t recall some memories from the past, but her life is monotonous until she saws her ex-husband, she is scared from him, did he abuse her? Distrust and paranoia will be growing inside her head while her friends won’t believe her… Who can she trust? Are her feelings certain or everything is in her head?
The story is told between two characters, Alison and Jack, but there is a significant problem. Their stories don’t match, they are saying contradictory things, who should we believe? Which is the truth?
I always love a story that makes you think, with twists and surprises to keep my mind occupied and focused only in the book. The need to keep reading without being able to stop is always a good indication of a good book!
I’ll admit that I was gladly surprised with this book, original, creative and making the reader not knowing what is the truth or who to believe since the beginning; because you can feel that Alison’s truth is not totally certain, she has some amnesia, but what can you believe?
If you are looking for an addictive read to focus your mind these days, this has to be your read, you’ll not be able to put it down! Ready?
About The Author
Nikki studied English Literature at University before pursuing a career in finance. She always had a passion for writing and in 2017 she applied for a Curtis Brown Creative
writing course. Later that year she had a short story published and submitted the opening chapters of her novel to a competition where she won the opportunity to
be mentored by the author Amanda Reynolds, and the rest was history.