Nathan also adds a wallop of an ending that is shocking and upsetting in equal measures, but no less keeping in the fatalist interiors of his characters. It is not at all YA to me except the main character is 17 and the world-building is so skillful you hardly notice so no boring info-dumps.
His words are crystal clear and so darned descriptive
Solving bloody, brutal murders and discovering the mastermind behind the crimes does draw out many personal details to develop their closeness. Next Post. Truly a descent into darkness and horror, to the private world of grief we can lose ourselves in if we're not careful, with writing that is beautiful and shockingly lucid.
Maybe the fact that I kept putting this down to read other books, maybe because there were absolutely no warm and fuzzies in this book.
Rainbow Rowell. Refresh and try again. I would highly recommend this book and give it five stars. To be fair they were not in the story much, but this also meant that there were not many clues to make for a more complex mystery and who the culprit might be.