It is part mystery, part psychological thriller- a novel that explores free will, power and a woman's right to choose not her past , perhaps not her present , but certainly her future. A stolen backpack in Casablanca prompts a host of losses for the heroine of this high tension narrative. The entire book is told in the second person - the novel is addressed to YOU. We have read many books this year told from different perspectives. What do YOU think about that ? Does it enhance your reading experience- take away from it ? Neither ?