This author sent me a request to read and review her book and included a free download from Amazon Kindle. What a thrill to be asked to read and be given the free copy! I am honored to do so. I enjoyed the excerpts she had on her blog and thought the story sounded interesting. I am sorry to say, I did not enjoy this book. The author took a risk with her main character being mentally ill. The writing went back and forth between Jane of present day and twenty years ago and it was difficult to follow who Jane was speaking to, whether it be her parents, her friends or her therapist. And it was unsettling that you could not discern whether her friend Krishna was dead or alive, a real person or a fantasy. I think she was alive and real in the end. For me, these issues were never clearly resolved and I was left with more questions than answers. I did not like the main character who was very well developed…her failure to “grow up” was disturbing and her anger issues were very annoying. However, I am thinking this may have been what the author’s goal was. And if so, she succeeded. Of course I am an older adult and am thankful for my children, considering that Jane could have been a non fictional person and possibly mine. Thank you Anthea for asking me to read and review. I am sure the story will linger with me and be in my thoughts and I will probably try to read it again later to see if I glean a different perspective.