l Know Who You Are is the brilliant tale of two stories. One is about Aimee Sinclairwell-known actress on the verge of being full-on famous. If you saw her, youd think you knew her. One day towards the near-end of her shoot on her latest film, Aimee comes home from filming to find her husbands cell phone and wallet on the dining room table. He never goes anywhere without them. But hes nowhere to be found. Shes not too concernedthey had a huge fight the night before. They both said things they didnt mean. He might have done things he didnt mean, things she cant forget. Even though she has a history of supposedly forgetting. After all, shes a very good actress.The next morning she goes for her morning run and then goes to her favorite coffee shop. But her card is denied. When she calls the bank they say her account has been emptied of $10,000. She immediately suspects her husband. But they say no, it was Aimee herself who closed out the account. And thus begins a bizarre rabbit hole into...
|Title||:||I Know Who You Are|
|Format Type||:||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||:||384 pages|
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I Know Who You Are Reviews
I had previously read 'Sometimes I Lie' by the same author and was impressed enough to want to read more of her work. 'I Know who you are' is a very good read, the sort of book that is hard to put down.
Aimee Sinclair is a rising actress. When her husband goes missing, the police suspect she is hiding something and they are correct. Aimee has a secret and she suspects that someone else knows. Alternating with Aimee’s story is that of a little girl who wandered away from home. We always tell our k ...more
Sometimes a book immediately resonates, and you know you’re in for a great ride! This was one of those books!
Aimee is an up-and-coming movie starlet! Everything is falling into place for her...at least professionally. Her home life however, could use a little Hollywood magic. Her husband has grown distant as her star-power has risen, leaving him in the shadows.
After a long day of shooting on the set, Aimee returns home to find her husband missing. His wallet, phone and shoes still in the home. ...more
Aimee Sinclair is an actress on the verge of stardom, but she hasn’t always been Aimee, she was once a little girl with another name. Aimee’s life is about to take off on a whirlwind of twists and turns, but just kick back and experience this roller coaster ride of a journey with her!
Aimee’s husband Ben has gone missing, his keys and cellphone are on the dining table but it’s unlikely that he’d leave them behind. They’d had a huge fight the night before in which they both said some pretty awful ...more
Last year I read Alice Feeney's debut, Sometimes I Lie, and it blew my mind. When I won her latest, I Know Who You Are, in a Goodreads giveaway I was beyond ecstatic. I'm thrilled to say that there is no sophomore slump here.
Aimee Sinlcair is an up-and-coming movie starlet that is married to Ben. After returning home from a shoot one evening it appears that her husband isn't home but she isn't completely surprised as they had had a roaring fight the evening before. So why is his cell phone, wal ...more
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I Know Who You Are by Alice Feeney is a book that stays with you after you read it. Dark, twisted and unpredictable until the very last chapter.
In the very beginning, we are met with the unknown. Aimee Sinclair is an actress and when she comes home, she realizes her husband is missing. The police suspect she is hiding something. They are right, she does have a secret…
The book switches between two timelines; the first being Aimee today and the sec ...more
What the fuck?
Sorry, but this book just doesn't... work. To be fair, my reaction to Feeney's Sometimes I Lie was pretty much "what the fuck?" as well, but in a really good way. She has once again managed to pull out an out-of-this-world twist, but here it is so ludicrous that I felt like laughing instead of gasping in shock.
I was bit turned off with this one right away, if I'm honest. I don't know about everyone else, but I'm getting tired of this meta style of narration where the unreliable fem ...more
Alice Feeney’s debut novel Sometimes I Lie was one of my favorite suspense/thriller reads last year – that book was dark and twisty with an ending that was both shocking and explosive (and frankly left me reeling), but yet still within my “acceptance” level for books in this genre. As I said in my review of that book, I was so blown away by the story and how cleverly written the whole thing was that I went online and tried to read everything I possibly could about the author and the ...more