The story forms a passionate honeymoon trip at once change into a thriller that can haunt you like a nightmare for hours and days before you get it out of your system. Just a single incident in your life sometimes changes your whole dream world and all your hopes, the love bounds, the promises suddenly dash to the ground and you are left with nothing.
Catherine Steadman has created such a story of a newly engaged couple of Erin and Mark with fat bank accounts and jobs with high prospects wanted to enjoy their honeymoon on the Bora Bora islands but that was not their fate.
During Scuba diving they find something in the water which changes their life forever. The sun, the beach, the climatic condition all remains unchanged but the thing they find in the water that day make them forget everything that surrounds them even they fail to enjoy each other’s company after that.
The book is a nice thriller for the listeners of Paula Hawkins, Ruth Ware, and Shari Lapena. Catherine Steadman’s narration surely has given life to the story; we observe the lies which the couple uses in order to hide the secret in the tone of the narrator which is excellent from narrator’s perspective.
Each lie spoken by the couple affects the purity of their relationship and their life is corrupted much further after every incident that takes place as a result of their lies. The story is a psychological thriller as the intensity is in the mind of the characters and the listeners; nothing horrifying is there on the scenes all the time except in two or three scenes.