It was a quick, suspenseful read and I quite liked it. The mystery isn’t very complicated but it was enough to make my heart skip just a little bit in fear. Skye is determined to find out who is really sending her messages pretending to be her dead sister. I liked the choice of setting too, a bereavement camp for grieving teens allowing to put several teens in one place making each one a possible suspect. The other conflict of the possible creeper teen among the group is an added twist to the entire plot and was somehow a catalyst to Skye’s redemption and coming to terms with her sister’s death. The story also addresses issues on grief, depression, and general mental health.