Jude and her twin brother used to be really close but now they are barely speaking. When they were thirteen they were inseparable but something happened. We see a younger Noah as the events occur and an older Jude who recounts the events of the past.
It took me awhile to get into this book. I enjoyed the changing perspectives but I would have preferred if the each characters sections had been shorter. I liked how the perspectives were from different times, I thought this was quite interesting and I haven’t read many books that are like that. It took me awhile to get used to Jandy’s writing style but once I had gotten used to it I ended up really enjoying it. I liked the characters although I did feel that the plot was lacking from originality in some parts. In places, the plot was really predictable which was slightly annoying. This book is very popular and I feel that it is a little overhyped. I did enjoy it but it didn’t blow me away like I was expecting it to. I do have Jandy’s other book which I hope to get to sometime this year.