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But Cassie is still missing, and the facts about what happened to her that night aren't just buried deep inside of Sam's memory. Someone else knows - someone who wants to make sure that Sam stays quiet.
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By Vanesa on 06-09-15
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This was my first J.L. Armentrout book, and I have to say that I am hooked. I really liked this book.
Sammy comes back home after having gone missing for 4 days. Sammy has no memories of what happened to her or whether her best frenemy is dead. She slowly starts to remember the truth about her not so perfect life, and the truth may be too much for Sammy to bear.
What I liked: I thought the book was well written. I really liked the main character and that does not happen too often for me, maybe only twice before (Emily from Since you've been gone and Scout from to kill a mockingbird). All the supporting characters were great. I especially liked Carson, he was so dreamy lol. I also like her twin brother Scott and his gf Julie, they were both very sweet to Sammy considering how mean she was to everyone. I liked that the accident gave Sammy a second chance at life (literally and figuratively), she regained some of that innocence she had lost the day she met Cassie. I loved the romance in the book. It wasn't cheesy or out of the blue. I actually felt how much Carson loved Sammy <3
What I didn't like: Sammy's parents. They were both strange. Not very affectionate with each other or their kids. They cared more about what society thought of them than their own daughter. Im glad Sammy's mother had a change of heart at the end of the book, she stopped drinking, and let go of some of that social hierarchy bs that hindered her soul.
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