This book was more than I thought it would be. It's more than the mystery of finding out what happened to Autumn. It's a book about the relationship between sisters, one who belongs to a group of friends known as the Nerd Herd and one who has become a drug dealer and a bully; sisters who used to be close until something happened to one of them that changed how she portrayed herself to the outside world.
The Last Confession of Autumn Casterly is a very timely book as well, in this new age of #MeToo. That was another aspect of the book I was not expecting. Meredith Tate did a great job of incorporating that theme into her book and she explains it more in her author's note at the end of the book.