Compared to the other book I was reading at the time, this was a fairly quick read and I was able to get this completed in a few days.
The premise was interesting, especially since the title of the book throws off the reader. And while the title does have quite a bit to do with the storyline, in a sense it really doesn't and is sort of a play on the title.
I found the book to be a little convuluted at times, as one wasn't really sure as to what was really going on, but in the same respect about 2/3 of the way through, the book actually got somewhat interesting and made me start to think about Marta's actual history. What was the truth? Was it the visions that Marta is having or is the life that she has been told for most of her adult life? And how much can we as the reader really believe is the truth?
Honestly, if the story hadn't made this sort of switch, I probably would have put the book down and not completed it, as I was not completely enamoured with the story and felt that some of the things that Marta goes through were being repeated, but in someway it was the perfect length, as it didn't take too long to get the the premise of the story and the storyline kept at a pretty good pace throughout the book to keep my interest.