Thirty-nine year old Alice falls and bumps her head in the health club. When she comes to, she’s lost the last ten years of her life. She doesn’t remember her three children, that she’s separated from her husband Nick or that her relationship with her sister is strained. When she looks in the mirror, she hardly recognizes the woman reflected back. She’s obsessed with working out and in the middle of a bitter divorce.
As Alice stumbles through her days discovering who she’s become, she starts to question her life. Things that were so important become less so.
This book features wonderfully quirky characters. I loved the character of Tom, her son, in particular. The passages with him just made me laugh and smile.
All in all this book is a delightful read. It makes you think about the little decisions along the way can change the direction of your life. I highly recommend it.