Enjoyed. A more realistic book about what teens go through than the white-washed PC versions of dribble I normally find in this genre. Teens have sex, they do dumb things, they experiment with drugs and make irrational decisions. That is a part of growing up.
Not horror. A story of human tragedy and loss of innocence. The pieces came together much too soon for me and honestly left me a bit...IDK, hoping for more than what it was. But still a very well crafted story.
DNF. The blurb had me, the book didn't even come close. Got to chap 3 and couldn't take it anymore. Stereotypes, poor prose, unbelievable characters. :( I was looking for a great book on the Romani, this wasn't it.