Gemma is a beautiful and talented 16-year-old who lives for the pool and coast. When three mysterious girls insist on an impromptu night out, Gemma’s life will never be the same.
- The main characters and family dynamic are complex and believable as people.
- I was drawn in by the mystery of Penn, Thea, and Lexi immediately.
- The author’s version of mermaids is entertaining and kind of dark which I liked.
- It took a while to get really exciting, but when it did, I didn’t want to stop reading!
- One of the scenes near the beginning has inconsistent verb tenses that are confusing and disrupt the flow of the story.
- The Daniel/Harper subplot is a little too predictable.
- The audiobook performance was okay for the most part, but a few of the characters were read like caricatures. It was distracting.
- The dialogue is often cheesy and generic, and it’s missing slang or other signs of authentic teen language.