I read this partly with @bookish_rach
For me (and I believe Each too) this wasn’t predictable at all, you had no idea what was coming. She writes really well and in that sense it’s an easy read, the final third of the book being the most page turner-y I’d say.
I didn’t really find any of the characters relatable, but there were parts I did resonate with and agree on.
For me personally being a slow reader this 400+ pages was probably too long for me, but that’s nothing against the writer.
One part of the story wasn’t very realistic I don’t think, like I found myself asking, would that really have happened though?
But on the whole, it was an enjoyable read and I would recommend it – there were some real key lessons to be learnt here, she touches on some really important stuff.