Six Months Later - Natalie Richards
Six Months Later is a thriller that you can't put down. You have to figure out the mystery behind Chloe's memory lapse. Natalie Richards does a magnificent job of pulling you in, and not letting you go.

Chloe seems pretty insipid when you first meet her. She's just doing what she can to get by in school. She has no real dreams or inspirations. She likes to have fun, and hang out with her best friend, Maggie. When she wakes up, she doesn't know why she is at the school, or what happened between when she fell asleep and now. She's also confused about why she's turned into this girl that is in the top of her class and applying to colleges. Blake really creeps me out. He's just very stalkerish, and not a genuinely nice person. Adam is awesome. I knew from the moment we meet his character that he was going to be a favorite. He has a shaky past, but you can't help but love him.

There aren't a ton of scenes of action, but this book does not need it at all. I was gripping the pages as Chloe tries to figure out the timeline that she's obviously missing. She doesn't know who to trust, and what to believe. She can't understand why her and Maggie no longer get along, and why she's hanging with her former crush, Blake. It's unbelievable how the dots start to connecting, and I found myself in shock throughout Six Months Later.

I love books that keep me guessing, and wondering just what is going on. Six Months Later definitely has that mystery factor. If you want a book that you have no idea what's going on until the end, then this is it for you. I highly recommend this book, and hope to read more from Natalie Richards.