I picked up this book because I’ve read Katy Haye’s other books and enjoyed them.
Beth is in a hospital that helps kids with brain damage recover from their trauma, with a particular emphasis on using music therapy. Right from the off, you realise that there’s something not quite right. The feeling of something being wrong grows through the book. Eventually, Beth and her boyfriend Toby find out what’s going on. I can’t tell you any more without giving it all away, sorry!
This is a very imaginative book, slightly creepy and quite dark in places. I enjoyed it.
So much so that I finished it and went straight on to read Dissent – the next book in the series.