This is the second Mary Kubica book that I have read, and I have to say that I really enjoy Mary Kubica's back and forth narration style. The way that she tells the story in the present and the past from the point of view of different characters. I have previously read The Good Girl, and I didn't realize that this style would exist in more of her work. I want to read another of her books to see if the style is the same.
Overall, this book was an easy and mostly enjoyable read. The topic of death of a spouse was a little heavy for me. I had a hard time separating myself from the wife in the book and putting myself in her shoes. I guess that is the mark of good writing, though.