When I started reading this, I wasn't sure where it was going. I definitely wasn't sure who was lying in the ditch talking about feeling their bodily functions shutting down. It was enough to keep me reading though. And I am glad I kept reading. This is most certainly a YA book, however, I as an adult had no problem reading it. There was some teenage angst, but it was nowhere near enough to have me heading for the hills.
I definitely felt sorry for the new girl, Victoria, that is, until the new boy, Z, came riding into school. He took her out of her shell and then everyone wanted to be her friend.
The ending is way out there and very, very creepy. I was thoroughly entertained and, as I said, would be a great book for YA and adults, as well.
Thanks to Sourcebooks Fire and Net Galley for providing me with a free e-galley in exchange for an honest review.