Told in third person, the story mostly highlights Mackenzie, Tess, Olivia and Pi. Mackenzie cheated on her boyfriend Cooper, a fact that everyone in the Espies (their group) knows about. Tess has a crush on Teddy, but can’t stand to hear him mooning over another girl. Olivia is shy but the ESP helps her get out of her shell, and Pi – well, Pi is just looking how to use the new power to her advantage. The others have their own sets of problems each, and even having a group as a support who know everything, it can get crowded in their heads. Granted they all stick to each other, but within themselves there is a lot of judging and gossiping going on – all thanks to no privacy. It’s all teenage drama but there is no escape for them even within their heads. Friendships are deepened and strained, couples are created and broken up, and shocking truths come forward.
The story progressed quite well, the plot layered into each character’s storyline. The pace was good, engrossing and never a dull moment. The writing, I am not so sure about – it was okay, and since it is teenspeak, it excelled there but felt like something was lacking. I’ve read the author’s other book Ten Things We Did, and the writing in this one was not at par to the latter. Nevertheless, it was a good book and am looking forward to the sequel. (It did say it was ‘coming soon’)