That was totally unexpected. With the title, I was kind of waiting for a Mean Girls type of story but this was totally different and not bad at all.
Told in different POVs, this is a story of how a love for someone could go horribly wrong and how one person would do anything for the person he/she loves even if it is bad. The characters are pretty messed up really. Just like the old saying goes, “All is fair in love and war.”
The story is fast-paced and the writing is good. It’s natural and compelling and easy to read. It’s definitely for more mature readers though because the language is quite harsh and there are scenes that are way too mature for younger readers.
There isn’t a dull moment which sometimes happens in some psychological-thrillers where too much musings and descriptions could take the thrill out. There are several surprising twists that I wouldn’t have guessed so plus points for that.
Overall, it’s a satisfying mature YA-thriller that can be read in one sitting.