"I wasn't well and I felt fine. I breathed easily but far too quickly, my eyes were bright--too bright; I'd dispensed with the pills that slowed down my thoughts, but now they raced away out of control. I was living in strange days."
I really liked this book. In fact, I think it's the best psychological thriller I've read all year. It's gripping and unexpected and it has some great characters. Not only did I find it hard to put down, I was sorry when it came to an end. Dear Amy reminds me a lot of two other favorite reads: Now You See Me by Sharon Bolton and The Lace Reader by Brunonia Barry. So if you like either of those, I think you'll really like this one, too. I know I did.