All Hannah wants is to put her past behind her. But that feels almost impossible when it seems to chase her no matter where she goes. Then people start accusing Hannah of doing things she doesn’t ever remember doing. With an already overprotective mom, these happenings put Hannah on more of a lockdown than she was already experiencing. Is it simply memory loss or something more? Something sinister?
This book sounded very intriguing, so I was quite excited to start reading it. I’m glad I chose to review this book, as it was excellent. The author was able to capture teenagers in a light that was not demeaning nor glorifying – it felt very honest. Even the so-called “bad boy” character was able to be seen in a positive way. The author did an excellent job making even the thought-to-be bad characters understandable.
I also liked the main character, Hannah. She was very selfless, but she didn’t neglect herself. She tried to do what was right, and that is always an admirable trait to see in a character.
Another thing I enjoyed was that the plot moved quickly and didn’t bore me once. I was worried that it would just be another “teen book,” but that wasn’t the case. The storyline moved along nicely, and I wasn’t confused once. It didn’t feel too rushed, nor did it feel dragged out, but rather just the right length.
Overall, Mirror Me did not disappoint at all. It is an excellent read that any paranormal lover is sure to enjoy.