A unique world, where the city itself is a character. Told from two points of view.
While this does work as a standalone, the ending felt curiously unresolved to me, as though the events in the book might be doomed to repeat over and over. Not to mention the fact that Adie never does find her brother
As someone who doesn't enjoy reading romance, I appreciated that the relationships were kept tightly controlled as subplots. It's one of the few books I've read brave enough to resolve the love interests this way, where the girl doesn't get either guy