Call Me Evie by J.P. Pomare [Book Review]

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Title: Call Me Evie

Author: J.P. Pomare

Publisher: G.P. Putnam’s Sons

Publish Date: March 5, 2019

Genre: Psychological Thriller

Series: na

My Rating: 3/5

Call Me Evie by J.P. Pomare


Don’t trust him. It wasn’t me. It couldn’t have been me.

Meet Evie, a young woman who has fled with her uncle to the isolated New Zealand beach town of Maketu. Jim says he’s hiding her to protect her, that she did something terrible back home in Melbourne. Something Evie can’t remember.

But Evie isn’t her real name. And Jim isn’t really her uncle.

In a house that creaks against the wind, Evie pieces together the events that led her here. And as her memories return, she starts to wonder if Jim is really her saviour . . . or her captor.

Call Me Evie by J.P. Pomare


Kate, a teenager, is living in a remote cabin with Jim. She has no memory of why she is being kept in the cabin, or who Jim is. She only knows that something terrible has happened. Jim says he’s trying to help her, but she’s not sure she can really trust him.

Call Me Evie is told with alternating timelines – before and after. In the before timeline, Kate has some disturbing things from her past, but also some pretty normal teenage problems. In the after timeline, it’s clear something bad has happened, but the details are slowly revealed.

Call Me Evie is a story that combines memory loss and kidnapping into an entertaining psychological thriller. The main character is a teenager, and this book does read a lot like a young adult story rather than adult. Good for fans of YA thrillers. Suspenseful story of secrets and lies.

I received a digital copy of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.

Books by J.P. Pomare:
  1. Call Me Evie
  2. In the Clearing
  3. Tell Me Lies
  4. The Last Guests
  5. The Wrong Woman
  6. Seventeen Years Later

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