Book No. 68 of 2018 ~ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️. I’ve wanted to read this book ever since I first saw the cover. There’s something about it that really draws you in. Upon reading other people’s reviews, however, I begun to doubt if I wanted to take the plunge and buy it, as most reviews I read were really mixed. After waiting for a couple of months I was able to get a hold of a copy from my local library. In the end, I loved it. I loved the soft dystopian feel of it, the undercurrent feeling of “something’s not quite right”. The aesthetic of the book was also spot on; blue skies, sand, white cotton, very picturesque. This book would actually make a great film. It’s not, by any means, a nice book. There’s references to abuse, violence, and manipulation. But it’s an interesting book, and I enjoyed the relationships of the sisters. I’m glad I’ve read it, and I’m fairly sure I’ll buy my own copy when it comes out in paperback, just so that I can reread it when it’s warmer.