This book is described as a "non-stop thrill ride of lies, betrayal, and identity, perfect for fans of Big Little Lies and Killing Eve" and I think this is a perfect description. It also reminds me of The Ones We're Meant to Find by Joan He in that it questions what it truly means to be human. It was a fun thriller that was an enjoyable audiobook to listen to (in my opinion it was better listened to than read, but I'm a bit biased as I only listened to it!) and it spiced up my time packing for my last apartment move.
The name itself was enough to intrigue me, before even reading the summary or looking at the cover art. And the art is truly beautiful, simplistic and elegant yet super spooky. The perfect combination in my opinion!
I waffled between 3.5 and 4 stars for this one because I cant truly decide if I liked it or if I loved it, but that's neither here nor there, as this one is a fun ride from start to finish.