PositiveLibrary JournalA fresh and empathetic view of how an outwardly privileged life can spiral out of control. Prue’s internal demons struggle with her artistic urges and collide with the fast and furious world of contemporary music, where going viral and staying there are the measures of success. Recommended for readers of contemporary fiction.
PositiveLibrary JournalBartz packs in plenty of twists, with a deliberate pace that picks up speed at the end ... Surprises and suspense married with themes on the nature of womanhood and sisterhood make this ideal for fans of Paula Hawkins’s The Girl on the Train or Gillian Flynn’s Sharp Objects.