The one thing I found with this book is you couldn't help but be pulled into the story and remain with it to the end and enjoy being along for the ride.
To be totally honest it is a predictable book, there are no humdingers of shock thrown at you, there is simply a story of how Avery is trying to set free the demons of that past Halloween night. Because we know something happened that night but are not privy to exactly what happened we can only imagine until later in the book we found out the truth.
J. Lynn wrote this story extremely well, because it does ere on the side of predictable you would think you would not get drawn in, but it's written in such a way that you need to know what happened, you need to know will Cam give up on her, you need to know will she be able to deal with it, you need to know if her parents come good for her, you need to know who is sending the shitty texts to her. So there is certainly enough dangled in front of the readers to keep them enthralled and indeed it does.