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Publisher's Summary

Wenn die eigene Erinnerung trügt

Als Nika an einem Sonntagmorgen ziemlic h verkatert in den Badezimmerspiegel schaut, steht dort eine Nachricht. Wer hat sie an den Spiegel geschmiert? Und was hat sie zu bedeuten? Wo sind Nikas Hausschlüssel und ihr Handy? Wo ist Jenny, ihre Mitbewohnerin? Und warum ist ihr heute überhaupt so schlecht, sie hat doch gestern gar nicht viel getrunken? Erst durch die Morgennachrichten im Fernsehen erfährt Nika, dass heute gar nicht Sonntag ist, sondern Dienstag. Ihr fehlt die Erinnerung an zwei ganze Tage, in denen irgendetwas Schreckliches passiert sein muss. Aber was?
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  • 28-09-2017

Great story, great reading: perfect experience

NIka wakes up Sunday morning, with the worst hangover ever.
There is a weird message on the mirror, she has a wound on her head, and her roommate is gone. Hours later, she realizes, it's not Sunday, but Tuesday. She is missing 2 days of her life.
The worst day ever only gets worse by the minute, and Nika doesn't know who she can trust - her friends? the police? herself? What happened to her roommate Jenny? And all this in Italy, only speaking broken Italian....

The story is very well composed, and the solution comes as a surprise even for frequent readers of suspense fiction. The story develops a draw that is hard to resist.

I loved the way the reader performed, and enjoyed her voice very much.

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