If you looked the other way, should you be punished?
Twenty years after they went their separate ways, friends and enemies are coming together for their school reunion. Katy, who is desperate to show that she’s no longer the shy wallflower. Annabel, who ruled the school until a spectacular fall from grace. Zach, popular and cruel, but who says he’s a changed man. And Robbie, always the victim, who never stood a chance.
As the reunion nears, a terrible event that binds the group together will resurface. Because someone is still holding a grudge, and will stop at nothing to reveal their darkest secrets…
This was a juicy thriller, with people’s terrible secrets popping up all over, threatening the images they’ve chosen to present to the world.
High school for some is the high point of their lives – a sad fact, but often very true. For some of the characters in this story it’s also very much the case that they’re hanging onto who they used to be in the face of their disappointment at who they are now.
Cleverly plotted and suitably twisted, this book reminds you it’s not always a good idea to look back.
*I was kindly gifted a copy of this book in exchange for taking part in this blog tour but all opinions remain my own.