Apr 24, 2016courtws rated this title 3.5 out of 5 stars
Mixed bag on this one. I was quite confused for the first 40 pages following the three voices (especially second person, as I haven't found I enjoy reading from that POV) but something about the story intrigued me, probably the mystery of who the second person was supposed to be and how it/he/she tied together with the other two. I liked Sherm, he felt very real and genuine, a good guy even if an admitted tech dork. And cyberbullying seems to be an increasingly real threat these days, unfortunately, though I'm dismayed to see this written for a middle school audience (I have an 11-year-old daughter and cringe to think of her going through anything like this in a year or two). I also liked the pull between the three friends, trying hard to get through tough times. It got a little repetitive in the third quarter of the book, but there was enough intrigue to keep me reading until the end.