*I received a ebook copy of this novel for free through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
On the eve of her seventeenth birthday Lya is hit by a car and left for dead. This tragic accident lead to Lya losing the use of her legs, but with the support of her family she has rebuilt her life. Now she is ready to take on a high power internship with the hope of uncovering the person who was driving the car that night, the person who left her for dead.
I really enjoyed this novel, the illustrations were beautiful and matched the novel plot and writing style perfectly.
This was a short read, but that was exactly what I was looking for. The perfect novel for when you just want to loose yourself in another world for a little while. It was full of suspense, knock backs and triumphs with a cliff hanger ending that’s left me waiting anxiously for more!
I really liked Lya, her determination was unmatched she dove head first into her investigations and didn’t let anything get in her way. I personally feel representation of disabled people is vital, it helps readers connect and relate, and it is so important that we have relatable role models at any age.
Overall I enjoyed this little read, the cliffhanger was unexpected but hyped me up for the next volume, a wait I hope won’t be too long. I would recommend this novel for fans of mystery novels with a strong female lead.