Reviews by Xris
I'm getting tired of these books about girls getting attacked and you know about it at the beginning, but they don't tell you all of it until the end. I liked it best when it caught up with current time and stopped flashing back.
The author does a great job of describing the characters and their relationships. The relationships between the siblings was great, and the description of the main character's first crush/date takes me back!
Even though it's fiction, I'm sure there's a lot of truth to what this girl goes through. I liked that it was in small, poem-type sections. Wonderful read and quick!
I liked how they broached the subject of bossiness and how friends should treat each other.
Julian has quite an imagination and uses it to tease his brother. I like the imaginative thinking and I would love to read this to my niece and nephew.