Thursday, May 24, 2018
The Key of All Unknown by K. A. Hitchins
Imagine the horror of being trapped within a body considered vegetative by medical standards but very much alive and aware. Having the ability to think, feel, and experience pain but no way to communicate with the friends and loved ones who have come to visit.
Tilda has no recollection of the circumstances that preceded her arrival at the hospital. Spending hours and days coming in and out of consciousness, readers experience the entirety of the book through her thoughts. While authorities are treating her injuries with suspicion, her brother and father are fighting over her future medical care.
Childhood memories, projects for work, the progression of a dating relationship, all flit through Tilda's mind like a crazy quilt of experiences. And while Tilda feels very much alive, no on knows she can her them. She is left to question every person in her life and whether a colleague, boyfriend, or roommate tried to kill her.
Will Tilda find a way to make her presence known? Why hasn't her boyfriend come to visit? Who will decide whether she lives or dies? The questions keep piling up and the answers seem to slip further and further away.
The Key to All Unknown was a brooding mystery filled with plenty of twists and turns to keep readers turning page after page. Make sure to include this on your summer reading list!
Disclaimer: I received a free digital copy of The Key of All Unknown from Instant Apostle Reader Reviews for the purpose of review. No other compensation was received.
at May 24, 2018
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