I suppose the plot of this story has echoes of Stephen King's "The Dead Zone", or the movie "What Women Want" but it's a good little tale that unfolds nicely. Although the events take place over quite an extended period of time, Nickie Anderson keeps the relevant scenes short and punchy so that the reader's attention never wanes.
The intrigue builds up considerably as the story progresses, there's a great moment during the scene in the cinema which catches the main character - and the reader - completely by surprise and takes the story to a whole new level.
I really like Nickie Anderson's imagination - for example, the concept in this story that sounds have colours was inspired. She's innovative in the ways she uses the medium of the written word both in this story and in the other work of hers that I have read, "Jorinda", and that's something to really be applauded.
(review of free book)