When Eliza Hart, the most popular girl at Ventana Ranch boarding school, is found dead on the cliffs outside her dormitory, Ellie Sokoloff is determined to figure out what happened to her. After all, Eliza was Ellie’s childhood best friend.
Never mind that ever since Ellie arrived at school Eliza has spread terrible rumors about her, calling her a liar and a stalker, when all Ellie wanted to do was rekindle their old friendship. Or that Ellie’s claustrophobia limits where she can go and what she can do. Or that Ellie’s suitemate, Sam, is the only one who will help her . . . because to everyone else, Ellie looks like the top suspect.
Can Ellie clear her name and solve the mystery behind Eliza’s death? Her hunt for the truth will uncover secrets she never imagined, sending her deep into her own memories of her childhood with Eliza Hart.
I went into this book not knowing what I was in for. It was a big eye opener with mental health issues. You have Eliza’s story in the beginning of her being dead and then it switches up to Ellies story. You get both point of views from these girls dealing with their own mental issues. You get to see how their stories combine in the end. This book is full of secrets and you must read it for self. I somewhat can relate to Ellie who is afraid of letting people know that something is wrong with her. For one thing, I suffer through depression/panic disorder myself. Every time I write a blog post I also get scared on who’s reading this out there or is this blog good enough for people? It’s very hard writing and nerve wrecking to publishers at times. I do worry about having a panic attack in front of friends b/c I don’t want them thinking I am crazy. Having a mental disorder is not something to mess around with. If you need help, don’t be afraid to ask for it.
In honor of the upcoming book release at the end of this month, I will be giving away my arc (advance readers copy) to one lucky reviewer.
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