If You Go by Alice Robinson – Our Review


Our Review…

Esther wakes up with a breathing tube down her throat and no idea where she is or how she got there but she is desperate to find her kids and hopes that Grace, the only other person there, can help her.

Robinson’s way of drip feeding memories and fragments of events, clues to Esther’s past and present, make it the epitome of a page turner. It delves into grief, sacrifice, love and loss in a genre melding story.

This is a poignant and gripping story that forces us to think about the meaning of life and legacy and will appeal to those who loved Jessica Au’s “Cold Enough for Snow”, Martin McInnes’ “In Ascension” or any of Charlotte Wood’s novels.

Review by Katina @Great Escape Books