ould the memories of her past will ake her stay or Sloane Sullivan will disappear and never be found again? To start, the haracters were well written, especially Sloane ’ s every identity.
By meeting new friends in her first day of school like Livie, Sawyer, Oliver and Jason, Sloane was able to experience high school teenage drama even if she forgot she will eventually say goodbye to those people she cares about.On the other hand, I love how Mark truly cared for Sloane.
It didn ’ t surprise me at all that in the nd, he developed some feelings for her eve when he has been there for Sloane for the past six years.All the while, Jason ’ s character gave an excellent weave of strength to the story ’ s climatic events especially given that he has a deep connection to Sloane, the role he played to piece the puzzle was relevant.
There were a lot of truth about being on Sloane ’ s character because she was willin to identify in her writing what kind of life a person who is under WITSEC has—being isolated, not feeling safe or having the dilemma of knowing one 's identity.The story also had an undercurrent of issues on depression, suicide and especially the ongoing problem about gun violence where the author made an emphasis on how asy it is to keep mistake or how the consequences becoming permanent.