I listened to the audiobook, first time where I didn’t read the kindle version and listen to the audiobook. I ended up giving this book 2.5 stars on Goodreads because while it started off interesting, by the end of the book I hated one of the characters and felt as though the author tried to add too much to the end of the story.
Angus and Sarah Moorcraft have decided to move from London to a small Scottish island in order to get away from the memories and reminders of their dead twin daughter, Lydia Moorcraft. Unfortunately, that does not happen. Their surviving daughter, Kirstie, tells them she is in fact Lydia and that Kirstie is the one who died. Needless to say, this turns their worlds upside down. Kirstie/Lydia, whichever twin she is, starts acting very weird and the family starts to slowly unravel.
My main issue with this book is with Sarah and her attitude as well as the fact that the author seemed to add a ghost-story aspect at the end of the story. I don’t want to give anything away as far as Sarah goes but I will say that her denial and double standard of things was a big issue for me. I also have issue with how the story ended since it left me with some questions.