At first I thought the book was going to fall into a “eh, it’s okay” category for me, mainly because the teenagers in the book are true to character. In a lot of YA books that I read I’ve noticed the teens are mature beyond their years. Although unrealistic, it makes for a more interesting story for a non-teen reader. The beginning of this book had a "Mean Girls" feel about it, with a lot of typical petty behavior that I found rather boring. I decide the book was going to be a mediocre read, and I would just plough through it to get to my next book.
After they left the camp the book picked up. I found my stomach turning because I could feel what it was like for the characters to be faced with two options to a bad situation, and then having to live with what they chose. Reading about how it changed each girl’s life, and the discovery of hidden information increased my interest in this book. I actually ended up staying up to finish it. I gave it three 1/2 stars because it became more interesting then what I originally pegged it to be. I think if I were a teen or young adult I would have given it more.
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