I rate this book 4.5 out of 5 stars.
(Finished Reading: 22/10/13
My 35th book this year.)
This book is full of pain and secrets. The troubles that children suffer about in silence. Some are strong enough to live through it but are forever haunted by awful memories. Some give up fighting.
Callie has a big secret that changed her life on her 12th birthday. Kayden has a secret just as big, his secret got worse as he grew older.
When they reached university, they both found one another and somehow managed to talk through their secrets. Helped one another deal with the pain.
I don’t know what to write about for this review because I hate the subject matter. To talk about it would be to reveal their secret.
I loved this book but I hated the ending so that’s why it only received 4.5 stars. Kayden’s a hero in his own way an Callie is a fighter. I can’t ever imagine this kind of upbringing so I found it very disturbing and uncomfortable to read. They didn’t choose the wisest way to conquer their fears but ultimately they have beaten their demons in some way.
This book is well worth reading but it’s very difficult to write about or discuss without spoiling the story for anyone who wants to read it.
(Sorry for this possibly being my worst written review so far.)