I thoroughly enjoyed this book because it adds a new twist on the “what if you had a long-lost twin” idea. I mean, personally, if I found out that I had a twin who disappeared and I had to take her place, I would freak out. I would have to pretty much become a new person by learning her habits, behaviors, attitude, and so much more, just to avoid having someone raise an eyebrow.
I also enjoyed how, in a way, the reader was Sutton. The reader and Sutton both have no power, influence, or control over what the protagonist is going to do next, they just have to sit back and see how everything turns out. They had control over their own thoughts and assumptions, of course, but they couldn't share any of that with Emma.
I’m in 9th grade and I think this book's reading level is 7th-12th because of the language, discussion of the foster system, and murder. I would recommend this to anyone who typically likes murder mysteries, along with a bit of drama and romance. I would give this book a 4.5/5 because I believe that the story had great writing and a great plot.
Reviewed by Anonymous, 9th grade
Editor's note: We also have several sequels to this book.