I actually had the physical copy of this book and ended up DNFing it at 209 pages. The premise of the book is good, a subject matter that should be explored more. From the jump, I think the book needed a trigger warning for those who may have dealt with similar issues. My other problems with this book include, everything being incredibly dramatic at all times. It was a bit much. Also, the dialogue is unrealistic. And the characters are constantly describing how things and people smell. It was odd. But I did like the premise and the ballet aspect, I think with some polishing up, this story could have been better. Things also jumped around a lot time wise. The chapters have what day we were on, but not a date. But I liked the switch of perspectives.