I fairly enjoyed this book so much!
Because, unlike those typical YA books people usually read, we don't have a protagonist who lives a normal life; we have one who truly struggles to get her life back together -- to move on -- after having hers destructed by a traumatic experience.
I liked and hated Mara Dyer. I loved how she was able to get through her hallucinations despite how they were affecting her to the point of consulting a psychiatrist. Hodkin truly conveyed a strong character in her part, which made her very admirable.