Everything We Ever Wanted - Sara Shepard

This was another one of those books that I read super quickly - if I'm entirely honest I got a bit bored, and skim read to the end to see how it ended.

It's all a bit faffy - a child dies at a big private school and that seems like it will be the focus of the book, but it slowly spins out to focus on complicated human relationships, and how people don't really know those closest to them.

It actually made me both sad and angry all at the same time - I definitely felt empathy for some of the characters and others (mainly the men in it) annoyed me SO much.

I would recommend you read it - it really won't take you long! It's not a work of art by any means, and won't leave a profound effect on you, but it is a twisty enough story to keep you entertained!

Have you read this? Or anything else by Sara Shepard?