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hmmm 3.5 scrolls. I'm really stumped on this review. It's got some great elements to the story. The combination of Cara and Will are totally and completely in sync. They are a brilliant couple together and they make the novel worth reading. I loved how alone they both are in the world, yet because they both understand the feeling, they begin to understand the world together as well as escape their loneliness. Ok, it's not awfully lovey-dovey cutsey-wootsey love story. It is all played out extremely well. I loved how much of our own world we were in while in this fantasy story. Everything played out so well and so much like our very own reality today. Without the fantasy-alien element, it would be your classic YA story of a young girl finding herself and learning to grow in a world she feels outcasted and tormented. Then as she comes across a boy and they change each other's world for the better and they get more confortable in their own skin. This was the best part of the novel. Where the downfall is, was that it didn't seem to pull me in as I wanted to. It seemed to drag on at times and not have a steady pace that I liked. It was a great story, but as I said, it seemed to drag on a bit too much.