I really liked the quote "the truth is how you tell it." As someone who actually despises lying of any sort, this got me thinking of how others may view the blurred lines of social lies and truth-telling. Two girls involved in a car crash in Italy stir up a huge tornado in society, as some believe it wasn't an accident but a murder. When one wakes up, she is disorientated and has difficulty believing that her past six months have been erased from her memory. Trying to piece together her past is difficult, but it may still be easier than coming to realization of the truths that want to stay hidden. Could she really have committed a crime? A good but somewhat predictable read.
- @Siri of The Hamilton Public Library's Teen Review Board