'Remember Me This Way', is an enjoyable psychological thriller, with a deliciously wicked sting in the tale.
The story begins with a difficult opening scene as a year after the crash that killed her artist husband, Zach. Already fearing she didn't know Zach as well as she thought, Lizzie travels to his country cottage where he would retreat to paint only to discover more signs that things may not be as they seem.
With alternating narratives between Lizzie and Zach, 'Remember Me This Way' starts slowly, but finds its way under your skin as it carefully reveals their history, showing the awful truths behind seemingly innocent events. The more you learn of Zach, the more creepy, controlling and genuinely awful he becomes, contrasting brilliantly with the discoveries of Lizzie who becomes increasingly concerned, confused and paranoid.
Constantly twisting and turning so that you, like Lizzie, don't know the truth until all is revealed at the end. This is a well told tale that is excellently put together and had me gripped throughout.