Tuesday, February 01, 2011

The main character gets caught at a party were drugs and alcohol are discovered. Her parents send her to a summer camp for "troubled teens," where she discovers that nothing is as it seems. She falls for two boys both misterious in their own ways. One linked to her past the other trying to hide his away. She grudgingly stays at camp trying to leave, not beleiving she's just as different as the rest. All the while her ghostly stalker fallows her trying to tell her the truth.

I thought this book was very exciting, taking twists and turns I never expected. The main character grows very well throughout the story, overcoming obsticles and realizing things she never thought possible. I liked how she made friends with the people she was forced to stay with, and kept peace between them as well. I think that this is one of those books that you can only like if it ends a certain way, and the author masterfully ended it just right. Leaving an opening for a second or even third installment. I can't wait.

Reviewer Age:14
Reviewer City, State and Country: Sandy, Oregon USA