The book is a good read with an interesting plot. It explores the complexities of life and love in its many forms. The story is wholly credible, each of the characters is very well drawn and consequently reading the book is a very moving experience. There are a number of plot twists, some quite disturbing, but all develop appropriately from the story and the tale is told in stylish enjoyable prose.
This is the story of the Keating sisters - through a childhood fraught with dark secrets, adolescent rivalries, and on into adulthood with all its complexities and misunderstandings. Until a terrible truth from the past brings the sisters crashing together, and finally Eleanor begins to uncover just how good Kat really was.
This book is a mystery, a love story, a coming-of-age story, and a tear-jerker. But most of all it's a reminder of who to keep close and who to trust with your darkest secrets.