Once again, Durst has blown off my socks. I’m an admitted fan and as an author myself, I’m humbled at how well she writes. This story captures the insecurities of not just teens but all of us who practice self-deception or deflection or whatever tool necessary to protect the ego. Three different personalities are stranded in a dismal, unregulated forest environment and faced with circumstances far beyond their control. Forced to confront their insecurities to survive, the three girls find depths in their souls that they have never plumbed before.
As a certified counselor of kids in a former life, I would have tried to have this book read by many of my students. It’s that good.
Durst captures your attention, fastens tentacles of interest around your cerebrum, and encourages introspection all the while entertaining you with a fascinating story.
This book targets young adults, I’m certainly not young, and my status as an adult has been called into question on multiple occasions. I loved the book, the story, and the messages. I highly recommend it.
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