Until three months ago, sixteen-year-old Camelia’s life had been fairly ordinary. Then a mysterious boy named Ben started junior year at her school and changed everything. - Blurb from book
Camelia is being stalked. I can say that without giving anything away. And while I do believe that teenagers tend to keep the serious stuff to themselves, even though they shouldn't, I would have liked to have seen what could happened if she did tell her parents. I didn't like that the reason she didn't was because her parents were dealing with their own crises. Yes, that does happen, but I wonder what she would have done if her parents were completely available to her. Would Camelia have made the same choice?
I also had a hard time seeing Camelia and Ben as an item. I felt like their chemistry wasn't really defined and am hoping it gets developed more in the next book.
As someone who likes supernatural stories, I did enjoy the wholePsychometric thing. It’s not something I've read in other YA books, so it brings a new element to the story.
I do believe this story is a good read. I found myself quickly turning the pages to get to the next scene and debating in my head who the stalker could be. I am also curious to see where the series go especially with the hints that Camelia may have some abilities of her own.
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