A missing body. A dead body. A somebody. A nobody.
Be careful what you search for.
"...be prepared to toss that suburban fairy tale away, grab on to the steering wheel, and hope that you get through this obstacle course with all your mental faculties... Eva Lesko Natiello shows tremendous talent and courage in her creation of a powerful dichotomy, reaching beyond boundaries . . . 5-STARS . . .”
“. . . this one comes along and tears to shreds everything you thought you knew about the genre . . . and just when you think the book may have hit the limits of its genre, another sinister twist pushes it into serious Gone Girl territory.”
“Epically creepy. . .creepier than Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl. After the last word, I had to take a deep breath, and think of cute, comforting things, like kittens and baby hedgehogs to stop the chills running through me.”
“The Memory Box left me feeling stunned . . .”
“There is absolutely “nothing predictable” about THE MEMORY BOX. No way you will guess what is coming. Be prepared to have your mind messed with. The novel gets more difficult to stop, as the story screeches toward its unexpected spine-chilling ending. A shocking ride.”
“The Memory Box is a literary rarity.”