“I must be made of nothing to feel so much nothing”
The Mara Dyer Trilogy starts with Mara, the protagonist, in a hospital with no memory of her accident. All she does know has been told to her by her parents: She went to an abandoned asylum with her friends, the building collapses, resulting in the death of her best friend, boyfriend and her boyfriend’s sister. A couple of months later, she moves to another city, so that she can recover from the trauma and also search for answers to the questions that have been haunting her. But the fact that she can’t remember her accident, renders her mentally unstable. Later, she finds out that she has an “ability” and also, that she’s not the only one.
Mara Dyer Trilogy was on my TBR list for a long long time, and I’m so glad I picked it up.
The Trilogy is basically a psychological thriller. It’s also creepy. As hell. Oh, and, there’s also humor and sarcasm.
The entire book is filled with plot twists. And, they’re huge and unpredictable.
I really like how all the characters are so diverse. The way of writing is smooth and fine, which makes the book a fast read.
The ending of the first two books leaves you awe struck, making it mandatory to pick the next one in the series. But, the way the third book ends, it is unimaginable. And sooo good.
The humor and sarcasm are legitimately epic. I found myself laughing out loud.
I particularly enjoyed the trilogy a lot. And I would recommend it to anyone who reads. It’s gripping, and a shouldn’t-be-missed-read! It’s basically written by a genius!