This book was intriguing from the very first paragraph. It held my attention to the last paragraph. It was a coming of age story but with a twist. I knew there was something right around the corner but I didn’t know what it was. I wanted to cry at times for the main character Edith and cheer at other times. The author wrote from a few different viewpoints, which adds a lot of depth and colour to the story. It was like viewing a 3-D movie but better. This was Rosie Chards second novel. Her debut novel was Seal Intestine Raincoat, which I think I will check out.