This one was so hard to love. I love a good mystery but this one was just so hard! The plot was interesting but the way it was written (writing style) was too different from what I'm used to. It made the book very hard to get into.
I did like the chapters with Lander being in jail as I’ve been in jail and it’s not fun. They don't treat you like a human no matter your crime. You get treated like dirt for the most part.
The characters were pretty good and fully formed. The story was pretty fast paced as well.
The story had an interesting twist halfway through but that writing style just kinda killed it for me. It seems to be a hit or miss for most. And for me it was a miss. The author used characters names every other sentence which made the book hard to get through. So for me I would say to get this one from the library to check out the writing style first.
From the author of the multimillion-copy bestseller The Face on the Milk Carton, this riveting new thriller, set against the backdrop of a bucolic summer town on the Connecticut River, will have readers guessing until the very last page, as a seemingly innocent sibling rivalry and newfound young love turn into something much more devastating than anyone could ever have imagined.
Miranda and Lander Allerdon are sisters. Miranda is younger, a dreamer, and floating her way through life. Lander is older, focused, and determined to succeed. As the girls and their parents begin another summer at their cottage on the Connecticut River, Miranda and Lander’s sibling rivalry is in high gear. Lander plans to start medical school in the fall, and Miranda feels cast in her shadow.
When the Allerdons become entangled in an unimaginable tragedy, the playing field is suddenly leveled. As facts are revealed, the significance of what has happened weighs heavily on all. How can the family prepare for what the future may hold?