This was honestly just pretty okay. It was readable-Ms. Philpot does write smoothly and it had a very interesting beginning. The first few chapters kind of reminded me a little of the book The Disreputable History of Frankie-Landau Banks but it’s just probably because of the boarding school setting.
But as the story moves forward (quite slowly), it got a little bit boring and quite predictable. I kept waiting for something really important to happen but apart from that supposedly shocking reveal about the truth behind Julia’s accident causing the death of her older sister and the boyfriend, I’m afraid there’s nothing else much I could highlight. Lol. I guess this could work for a lazy summer read.