This book wasn’t at all what I thought it was going to be, but that’s a good thing. Ten years ago, four college friends were a part of a sort of social vigilante group that brought attention to issues or injustice by acts that amounted to vandalism with a purpose. When the group’s leader, Suz, started suggesting much darker missions, the gang becomes fractured and terrible things happen. After tragedy strikes, everyone goes separate ways.
We meet the one married couple from the group, Tess and Henry, ten years later with a marriage that’s falling apart, a daughter with a mysterious imaginary friend, and a fixation on what happened to their friend and leader ten years before. The story is at times a thriller and at others a paranormal mystery. The story telling is a little clumsy in parts and gets a little far fetched in places, but it kept me interested. I especially loved the very end, which on the surface leaves you hanging, but works very well once you digest it. It definitely deserves a place on your reading list.