What We Forgot To Bury - Marin Montgomery - A Short Summary & Review

 A short summary of What We Forgot to Bury:

A girl meets the maker of her father's prison sentence, who in turn has a dark agenda of her own.

My favorite Marin Montgomery quote from the book:

"It's always better to have someone owe you a favor, especially when it's an enemy."

Questions to ponder while reading What We Forgot To Bury:

Should you always trust your parents?

Do you have any ulterior motives?

My review of the book:

So many crazy people, so little time.

Disturbing but engrossing.

We (as a nation) really need to do something about the foster care system.


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