“Seventeen-year-old Seelie Stanton never wanted to kill someone. She never wanted to be invisible in her own family, never wanted to crush on her best friend Alyssa, and she definitely never wanted to know how effectively a mallet could destroy someone’s head.”
My Whole Truth is a well written emotional story with a very timely message. The opening scene grabs your attention and keeps you interested even when Seelie gets on your last nerve by not speaking up for herself. Even though I understand her reasoning behind it. The trial was very realistic and could have turned out much worse for Seelie.
I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.