It has become popular for authors to switch between perspectives as a story unfolds, usually doing so from chapter to chapter. This time, however, it has been broken into three perspectives, in three parts, providing a continuous story without much overlap between them. I enjoyed the voices of the different narrators: Stella, your typical teen; her father, torn between protecting his family and doing what is strictly "right;" and her mother, experiencing the legal system as something other than a lawyer now.
This book held my attention and drew me back over and over until the last page. I had to know what happened, who did what, when...why?? A truly gripping and original book, this is one is sure to please.