I’d never read a book told from a multiple first person perspective and was really curious how it would work. There were times when I would forget who was talking, but that only happened if I put the book down, which frankly wasn’t often. It was a compelling read that pulled me through pretty quickly — and I consider myself to be a fairly slow reader.
I loved how the multiple perspectives filtered the events through the three characters’ words. It was a fun way to unfold their personalities. All three of them had depth to their stories and gradually came into view, and kept the pages turning.
Overall a wonderful, fun read. Some of the situations and plot twists I found a little hard to accept—maybe I’m just not 16 anymore and I’m thinking too hard about it. But none of that stopped me from wanting to know how it all turned out. I grew fond of each of the characters for their flaws and how they changed by the end of the story.
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