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The book deals with a lot of serious themes like immigration and family really well, and is written pretty eloquently all around. I liked the book itself, but I felt like it over promised a lot of suspense that I didn't exactly seem to get. The cover as well I think falls a little flat, but to each their own. Overall, I think the book is definitely worth a read and I would absolutely consider potentially reading it a second time. The main reason I wouldn't consider this to be a five star book, however, is like I said before: I felt like it was marketed as a super suspense filled thriller almost and maybe that is my own misinterpretation of the synopsis but that just wasn't the vibe I got after and while I was reading it. There absolutely were a lot of suspense filled moments in the story, however, and the characters relationships are written absolutely beautifully.