The Favorite Daughter by Kaira Rouda was an OK psychological thriller. It was also written in very large print (though not labelled as such), so it was a quick read. Jane is coming back to life after spending a year on various medications for depression since the loss of her older daughter in an accident. In the time when she was medicated, all kinds of bad things happened to her family, but she is determined to set it all straight AND exact revenge. The plot was somewhat interesting and the Jane’s character development was very good, but the ending wasn’t too surprising and overall the story wasn’t too believable. I wouldn’t bother with this one if I were you.