Summary (from Goodreads):
“Chloe didn’t think about it much when she nodded off in study hall on that sleepy summer day. But when she wakes up, snow is on the ground and she can’t remember the last six months of her life. Before, she’d been a mediocre student. Now, she’s on track for valedictorian and being recruited by Ivy League schools. Before, she never had a chance with super jock Blake. Now he’s her boyfriend. Before, she and Maggie were inseparable. Now her best friend won’t speak to her.
What happened to her?
And why can’t she remember?”
I love the concept behind this book—who wouldn’t love to wake up and have all their dreams be true, right? Except…what if you were then missing six months of your life? All of a sudden, it isn’t great at all…it’s more than a little bit terrifying. And who can you talk to about it? Pretty much anyone would think you’d literally gone crazy (especially if you have a history of mental illness, as Chloe does).
And speaking of Chloe, I absolutely love her. Yes, she’s completely freaked out (as anyone would be) but she manages to figure out what’s going on and find a network of people she can trust.
This story was completely fun and moved along incredibly well. Good luck trying to stop reading; I’m pretty sure everyone will be trying to figure out what’s going on and be just as unable to put the book down as I was.
I didn’t love the ending, but the journey to get there was so fun it barely put a dent on my enjoyment. (I thought it was a little implausible; it wasn’t a dealbreaker.)