readers to an author who is forced to teach creative writing
classes to students as she tries to recapture her writing
fame named Kate Youngblood. While Kate is trying to rediscover
herself, following a hurtful divorce, her student Sam, enters
her class and shows her some real raw writing talent. The
talent that she wants to help nurture. But is Sam just another
student or does he have alternative motives to be taking one
of Kate’s classes?
Me is told in alternating chapters in Kate’s and Sam’s
point of views. Gehrman does an amazing job of keeping each
chapter separate and true to each character. This also provides
a very unique look at the dynamics that each character has
and the drive that each one has in their given situations.
The suspense starts with the first chapter and never lets
up. Readers will get hooked and not want to put down the book
until the last page.
Me is a gift to the suspense genre and is masterfully
written. Any fan of suspenseful mysteries will thoroughly
enjoy this book.