I wish I could say that I sped through this book. However, all I can say is that I wanted to speed through this book. I didn't want to put it down.
I was mesmerized with this story. And it was driving me crazy trying to decide who was telling the truth.
I went back and forth on what was the real truth so much in this book, that my mind probably looked like it was following a tennis match.
This was the second book that I've read lately that dealt with teenagers, alcohol at a party and pictures being taken and displayed on social media. I am still not sure what I would do in this case. I am really glad that I didn't have to deal with this issue!
I really enjoyed this book, however, and was certainly glad that I got a chance to read and review.
Thanks to Random House Ballantine and Net Galley for providing me with a free e-galley in exchange for an honest, unbiased review.