If I could, I'd give this more like 3.5 stars. It was certainly entertaining and an exciting thriller, but not life changing.
It's so full of twists and turns that I really felt like I had to pay attention or I would lose track of what was happening and have to reread parts. This is especially true because I felt like there were tons of characters, and the book has multiple POVs, so I needed to pay attention to all the connections between characters (who often went by more than one name).
The most interesting part of the book for me by far was the main character Evan, and I would consider reading a sequel if she and her life would be the main focus again. The plot was interesting enough to keep me reading, but it wasn't so spectacular that I felt like I had to find out what was going to happen next as soon as possible. This book gave me similar vibes to the Millennium series, but it wasn't as engaging, interesting, or memorable.