The book follows Sydney, who’s dealing with the consequences of her father’s unexpected death in a car crash. Then come the texts. Derogatory and insinuating what Sydney had had in the back of her mind the whole time – maybe her father’s death wasn’t, after all, an accident. Everything is set in motion as June Copeland, homecoming queen and seemingly stereotypical “popular girl” befriends Sydney. And to this, the protagonist, along with the reader, begs the question: in what way is June linked to her dad’s death? Continue reading The Truth About Keeping Secrets was painful to read – and I loved it!