This book was definitely a page turner. Even more exciting than the first book!
I liked things that were different than the first book:
• The pace was much faster
• No twists
• More characters were introduced
• I loved how Sutton flashbacks provide clues about its suspected
• Writing does not seem as forced
Once again, Sarah Shepard continues to offer a fascinating book, but
the light that keep teens on the edge of their seats, while in relation
to what the characters seem real.
Many of the characters felt
like real teens. Not smart, but not stupid. That's how I see teenagers
these days (myself included). The character development was at the lady
as the first book, but had no more back story in this series.
way the story created a very balanced set. A little similar to the
first book, but still very complex in how they interpret other aspects.
I really like how Sarah Shepard writes. Although not detailed (which I
love) that cuts straight to the point while offering readers the perfect
picture of what is happening and flows effortlessly.
were twists and turns in the plot that had me surprised. Sarah Shepard
had me thinking about this, that, and after that, but at the end of the
book, I thought: WTF?
She definitely surprised me with.
Although surprising, I'm not positively sure you know Sutton's murderer
is, which is a kind of disappointment. In some strange way, however, I
was very happy that things were together. Looking forward to book 3.