This was probably one of the most brilliantly confusing books I've read in a long time - and I think I mean that in the best way possible.

Hello everyone!

I am back with another review, Entangled Moon by E. C. Frey. Thanks so much to Book Sparks for sending me an ARC of this book for an honest review, as always, all opinions are my own.

**TRIGGER WARNING: This book deals with a lot of very heavy topics including rape/sexual assault, domestic abuse, child abuse, self-harm, and more. I won't really get into these in my review, but just be aware if you decide to pick this one up.**

This story follows a bunch of characters, but I would say it primarily focuses on Heather, a woman who has left her old, abusive childhood and life behind, and is starting fresh with the perfect husband, adorable daughter, and good job at in an HR department of a major company. However, soon her old and new life collide. A woman ends up dead - one she helped fire - and even her friends are pulled into the destruction, secrets of the past resurfacing.

This is one of those books that is kind of all over the place but you just have to go with it because the story will sort itself out. Heather has 5-6 friends (I'm still not 100% on all of them) and we see each of their POVs, in addition to some supporting characters in the story. There is a lot to follow, but if you just let go of needing to keep all the characters straight, you will really enjoy this book.

I honestly don't think I've ever read a book quite like this one before and for that uniqueness alone, I'm bumping up my overall rating. The ways that the characters all becoming interwoven was really well done and the depth to which Frey went into each of them was great, especially for a book of this length. I think there were some loose ends that weren't perfectly tied up but I'm okay without knowing how everything was supposed to end up.

Overall, I think if you can just keep at this one, you won't be disappointed.