Well done to the author for tackling this highly relevant and scary topic of youngsters using and abusing the internet and the drastic consequences of their actions. The characters are well-written and easy to relate to. The dual-narrator style is effective and is aided by the use of differing fonts.
You really feel for Mitch as he is unaware of the events occurring around him and an innocent victim of the bullying. Also Sophie's character is well-rounded and hows how easily teens can be led astray by peer pressure.
Presentation-wise I would have preferred a wider line and less indenting, but did find it easy to read. A few typos would be rectified with editing.
I was going to give this to my 11-year old to read, but the themes were perhaps a bit advanced for him at this stage. I'll buy it for him in a couple of years. I'd definitely recommend it for high school teens and their parents.
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