Here is my Review:
I was given this as an ARC. even though I know it has been out already I thought this book was fantastic. It flowed really well and I really have to applaud Wendy Owens on how she reaches out to young adults and adults who have battled with self harm. She made me laugh, cry, and remember hard times in my life when I was young. I loved Addy the main character fought within herself for her past, plus not knowing or remembering her mother.
I love the characters in this book. You can really relate to each and everyone of them.
If you get a chance to read this book please do!!! It was Fantastic!!!
Synopsis: Monsters have a way of following you.
Immersed in a new world at boarding school, Addy Buckley learns she’s not the only one with secrets. While trying to navigate the minefield of painful lies that seem to be rattling around her family’s past, she meets soft on the eyes and heavy on the heart, Napoleon Blake. When faced with the darkness, Addy must decide to cling to her new life and friends or let the monster carry her away. The choice is hers, sink or swim.