This book is incredible, both raw and real. It reminded me of the privileged family dynamics in Bittersweet by Miranda Beverly-Whittemore (which I absolutely loved). This book similarly looks at the world of privilege through a new lens, exploring the dark family secrets people keep, and make excuses for. This book pulled me in from page 1 with its rich character development, and exploration of female friendship. It is so timely, with the #metoo movement and the discussions around sexual assault, harassment, and male dominance. It also delves into other thought-provoking topics. It’s a story about friendship, jealousy, and secrets. The plot is perfectly executed! I can’t recommend this one enough. Thank you so much to Ashley at Harper Collins for this Advanced Reader Copy.
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