Though it is easy to care about Sally, it is difficult to actually like her. Introverts might find a few connections with her behavior, but it is so hard to agree with her choice to both completely ignore the evidence about her family members and adhere to her own false narratives about them.
There are two perspectives for the reader to ponder, that of Sally and one of a boy from the past. How do these puzzle pieces interlock? This will definitely appeal to mystery fans in addition to those who like family stories. It is a strong piece of fiction and one readers will not regret choosing.