That’s what the voice inside my head kept repeating when I woke up between the infamous lion statues of the New York Public Library, with no idea how I got there and no memory of the last year of my life.
The only person I ever trusted was my mother, who lied about everything.
I want to trust myself, despite my missing memories. But hearing a voice inside my head obviously isn’t a good thing, especially since it know things I don’t… like how to speak Ancient Sumerian, the fact that yellow-eyed people aren’t actually people, and that my mother’s Egyptian ankh necklace was the key to unlocking the truth she was hiding:
I’m the last in a long lineage of powerful women whose secrets date back to the ancient Library of Alexandria.
I’m fighting like hell to stay alive while searching for both my missing mother and the truth, desperate to find something or someone I can trust.
I have to say, Trust was not bad for a debut novel. In fact, Jodi Baker did an excellent job on her first novel that I am looking forward to the next novel of the Between the Lions trilogy. I’m sure there will be a lot of people who will enjoy this novel as I did.
Click below for my full review but be warned there might be mild spoilers.