I Crawl Through It by A.S. King
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Yet another book by A.S. King with teens who have deep emotional issues, solved (or dealt with) in some surreal manner: an invisible helicopter, for example, or a girl who swallows herself. Sometimes it was difficult to figure out what exactly was going on and separating reality from what these teens are experiencing or presenting may frustrate readers. There were several "real" things that made me wonder if they, too, were made up by Stanzi and Claire - by the end of the book, I was still unsure. This is definitely not the book for readers who dislike ambiguity and want concrete endings.
ARC provided by publisher.