|Honestly, I wasn’t expecting this book. What I was expecting from the blurb was not what I got. And I mean that in a very good way.
This book is deep, intense, and rich. There are so many layers to each character, they just keep unfolding as you turn the page.
Throughout the book you follow Hector and Anda, learning a little more about each one and their history as they appear on the page. Hector is 17 and running away to an island to hide out until he turns 18 in the Spring. He thinks the island is deserted each Fall and Winter, but he finds that Anda is also on the island. But Anda has secrets of her own, and her innocence is only rivaled by her danger.
The tale that Lydia Kang weaves here is absolutely spell bounding and I highly recommend it.
I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
Rating: 4 stars
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