The story of a girl who loses her memory and has to find her future and her past, Sia by Josh Grayson is a book about who you are and who you can be.
Watching the instant transformation of a person, the chance to wipe the slate clean because she lost her memory and had this strange out-of-norm glimpse at who she was and who she could be, was very cool. But some of the things that happened to Sia were just a little bit too simple. A few times it seemed that the story attempted to make those instances feel real, but they just never hit home with me.
But the ease with which I could fly through the prose and have a fun read, was wonderful. I loved the main characters, I loved that they didn’t always make it easy on Sia. I love that she didn’t make it easy on herself. There was great growth in the book, and I couldn’t put it down just for morbid curiosity to see which way she would turn in the end. It was like watching a high school prom queen finally get what was coming to her. Yet she learned from the experience and became this amazing person. It was very fulfilling.
I received this book from the author for review.