Milly, 17, has had problems with the girl she sees everywhere, Amelia, who seems to be almost a part of her. This has been occuring ever since her parents were killed in a car crash. When her grandpa and she move into her Aunt Rachel's house, the mysterious Milly seems to quickly become more and more dangerous. Meanwhile, she also falls instantly in love with Blake. Near the end, there are some major plot twists and some interesting things uncovered by her family.
Disconnected by Lisa M. Cronkhite was an okay book. It had a fairly interseting plot, but it was hard to really empathize with all of the characters. Milly was absolutely interesting, and I honestly did not see any of the plot twists coming up. From that perspective, the book was actually pretty good, but parts of the book were predictable. Overall, it wasn't the most horrible book I've ever read, but it certainly wasn't the best.