Good book. Frustrating at times with Marcie, but otherwise good. Though, Nora can be very empty-headed sometimes…especially when she stole the diary and she was trying to escape. There were so many different things she could have done to leave and better excuses. The way that she is constantly thinking about Patch and Marcie when she doesn’t even know the full truth is slightly irritating itself. But then again, I guess that techniques was used very well because it created frustrated suspense and it allowed for an insight into what is really happening in the plot, but then making you think and then the twist is completely different. The most shocking revelation I would say would be about Marcie and Marcie’s father and how they are connected to Nora. The revealing of the reason as to why Patch was with Marcie was really a big deal, well to me it wasn’t. Like big deal, he’s hanging out with someone else, get over it. A boyfriend or guy isn’t everything you should be focused about. It was good at times that Nora focused on the supernatural side of things with Patch and Marcie, but a lot of the time it was the hormonal teenager side thinking and doing stupid things. All in all, it was a good book and with a nice plot with many twists in it that keeps you guessing.