All Drew wants is to be left alone. She doesn’t want to spend time with her mother and stepdad, and when her younger brother, Mason, is sent to reform school, she is somewhat glad. Her whole life changes when she is approached by a mysterious woman claiming to be a doctor at the reform school. She claims to have a message from Mason- a message which will change everything.
I thought the storyline of this book was very interesting. It was very different from Sleep, which is by the same author. I liked how the beginning really drew me in, within the first chapter I knew I was going to like it. It started off very strong, it didn’t delay in getting into the storyline. I did find that it slowed down a bit towards the middle, and became a bit repetitive. The characters spent days pretty much trying to do the same thing. Once it passed that point, however, it got very interesting and the last 100 or so pages were very exciting. I was slightly confused in the last few pages, maybe the third last page, something was said which wasn’t elaborated on. It could have had a big impact on the ending, but it was swept over. I don’t want to give any spoilers so I won’t say what it was. I just didn’t see why it was put in when it wasn’t going anywhere. Other than that, I enjoyed the book, and would definitely recommend.