Within the first three chapters the complexity of personalities and relationships are mind boggling. Katie Alendar has done a great job of opening the first page of insight into each character and revealing the brokenness and pain hidden within. At the same time, the reader is drawn into the story and compelled to know more. Alendar captures the flip attitude of hurting young adults when she introduces the main character and her nemesis at the home for girls and does it in a way that you can virtually hear the hurt and confusion underlying their words. It doesn't take long to figure out the parents of Agatha, the young girl trapped in her own body, have a host of issues of their own. I'm looking forward to digging deeper into this book. I can tell it will be a "can't put it down" read.