|Waking up every day not knowing where she is, who the man is beside her, or how she got there, Chrissie Lucas lives each day relying on what others tell her. An accident over twenty years ago has left Chrissie with a rare memory disorder. One where she can't retain new memories and has lost many of her old ones. Relying on her husband, Ben, to tell her about her life and fill in the gaps, Chrissie lives each day anew. When neuropsychologist Dr Nash takes an interest in Chrissie's case she slowly begins to piece her life together. Writing in a secret journal every day Chrissie forms some sense of memory, but the pieces don't fit together. The book is often redundant, but towards the end a twist makes the book interesting. Not exactly a thriller, but it is frightening if you think about this type of memory loss a possibility.