The Museum of Mary Child is a complex book. Golds makes you work hard to keep track of what’s happening, but there is a huge payoff at the end – an open-mouth, OMG, ending!
Heloise is, well, unusual – as is her family. There is something being hidden, something strange, something sort of creepy. But the creepy feeling isn’t apparent at the start of the book. It’s only as you read on that you become more and more unsettled.
Recommended for readers who like to be challenged.