This book was not what I expected. I thought it was a paranormal from the cover. I kept waiting for the paranormal to happen, and as our main character walked towards “the door” I was biting my nails waiting for “it”.
Well, the “it” was a big disappointment paranormally, but by the time I realized it was a real-life contemporary, I was far too invested to put it down.
Despite the lack of paranormal elements, this is a really great book. This girl wakes up in a ditch with no memory of the past year of her life, but she’s only been missing for two weeks. It’s an awesome concept, and I enjoyed as the character had to re-learn who she was.
I ended up really liking this book a lot, and total kudos to the author for placing a public service message for troubled teens at the back of the book.
I must admit, I am a hard sell for contemporary, but this one won me over anyway.