This is such a good series. A complex plot which unfolds slowly. Interesting characters who are flawed, like all of us, but trying their best to make sense of their young lives.
I love that this series moves slowly, there’s no rush to reveal all from the beginning. Information unfolds and clues appear, slowly and frustratingly - as they might in real life. The author plays fair, in the best Agatha Christie fashion, dropping clues for readers to follow if they can.
As the past and the present intertwine, Stevie, David, Janelle and Nate navigate the start of adulthood with all its complications.
I found the very woke “they” pronoun for Vi irritating, but it’s a minor irritation.
This is the best kind of YA writing, the sort which treats its readers with respect.
I got this eBook on a whim and devoured it! I was gutted to find out I had to wait for the second book only to find out it released a month later! This book really pulls you into the mystery and all the characters are interesting in their own ways.