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Minnow Bly survives a cult, but is now in juvie for assaulting a man.
This was one interesting read. I really wished I would have saved this book for October. This is a very eerie book that highlighted the worst in people.
This was a very big book that actually read pretty quickly. I am not sure if it was because of the subject matter or how the author alternated the story between the present and the past.
The story really captivated me. Minnow rebelled against a cult that tried to keep her in line, only to escape lose control and commit a crime that ends with her locked up. It is juvie that Minnow can begin to process her life.
She has survived a hard upbringing, had her hands removed and assaulted a man.
This was a tough book but it contained an unexpected friendship. Yes, there is a romance in this book but it is the friendship that really shined. I loved the support that Minnow found in juvie, they challenged her and helped her.
I gave this book a B.
I devour worlds with each new book. I am making up for lost time as a late bloomer of the reading world.