What were the main relationships explored in this book? Relationships in school - the ones that Chelle has and the ones she sees others having. Sometimes, it was as if Chelle was an outsider to a world she longed to be part of.
3 things I liked about the book. It is disturbing enough to be used as an example for teenagers and for families with troubled teenagers. Second thing I liked was the writing and lastly, the character development was spot on. Each and every single character came to life and not many authors are able to do this.
Favourite character(s) … I know many of my book club members picked Chelle, but I'm going to go for Troy. The way he was written, you wanted to hate him but then his character is also the perfect example of a teenage boy controlled by his hormones and what he wants others to think of him.
Disclosure: I received a review copy of this book from the author.