Piper Sullivan was in a strange hiking accident last month and has been in a coma ever since. Her older sister, Savannah, can’t pretend to be optimistic about it; things look bad. Piper will likely never wake up, and Savannah will never get any answers about what exactly happened.But then Savannah finds a note in Piper’s locker, inviting Piper to a meeting of their school’s wilderness club…at the very place and on the very day that she fell. Which means there was a chance that Piper wasn’t alone. Someone might’ve seen something. Worse, someone might’ve done something. But who would want to hurt the perfect Piper Sullivan…and why?To discover the truth, Savannah joins the club on their weekend-long camping trip on the same mountain where her sister fell. But she better be careful; everyone in the club is a suspect, and everyone seems to be keeping secrets about that tragic day.And Savannah? She’s been keeping secrets, too…
“This whole last month, I believed my sister tried to kill herself. But maybe that’s not what happened at all.”
“Just the two of them?” I ask skeptically. “And if that were true -which would be super weird, by the way- why wouldn’t he have mentioned it?”
This is an example of a bit of a weird sentence that didn’t feel like teenagers and didn’t feel like our main character.
“My stomach clenches, I knew there was something off about him.”
“If I’m going to find out what really happened to my sister, I may have to put my faith in my least likely ally.”