I really enjoyed the writing in this book. Suma paints a vivid picture of things happening and really makes the characters seem real. I loved how throughout the entire book not only was I guessing and second guessing what was really happening but the main character Chloe was too. She believes in her sister Ruby but also questions her own sanity. She’s not sure what is real and what isn’t anymore – and neither is the reader. There are events that seem impossible to be true and once Chloe returns to town it seems she starts to see flaws in all she has been raised to believe. In the end we are left with very little closure as to what the reality of the situation really was, which I normally dislike, but it worked well with the context of this story.