When fourteen-year-olds Wren and Darra meet at a Michigan summer camp, both are overwhelmed by memories from six years earlier when Darra’s father stole a car, unaware that Wren was hiding in the back.
This book asks the question I’m sure some people think, what would happen if a child victim ran into someone who may have helped her. And the person who helped wonders what would have happened if she hadn’t? Both girls go through a process of denial, dislike, then a final revelation that as children, neither was in charge of what ultimately happened. A quick read, intense and I enjoyed the different formats the author uses to distinguish the voice of each character throughout the book.