“Drowning Instinct” by Ilsa J. Bick is one of those stories that when you finish the last page, you close the book and think about it for a bit, and then you open the book and read the first pages again so you really understand what is happening at the beginning.
“Drowning Instinct” is one of those books where things are not as they appear — even after you’ve finished the book. It’s one of those books that leave the reader thinking — about the characters and about what really happened.
Jenna Lord’s life is not a pretty one. Her story is told slowly, and the story begins at the end. Because of that, it takes the reader a while to feel involved, to like Jenna, to relate to her. Continue reading