No. The question is: when they learn the truth, will they care?
One night, a deadly accident and two lives connected forever...
The Elements of a Crime:
Element #1: Mental State
That night, Johnny lost his mother and Becca her twin sister and since then, nothing will ever be the same again. They both believe the car crash that took away their loved ones wasn't an accident and they won't stop until justice is served, well their kind of justice at least.
Element #2: Conduct
Johnny finds a shoulder to cry on, understanding and love in Becca. For him, she's the only person he can truly rely on and share everything. What starts as a search for the truth leads them both to the dark path of revenge.
Element #3: Concurrence
Becca's character is much more complex and deep. That makes her hard to read and dangerous to others and herself. She approaches Johnny first, but she has her own agenda and Johnny is just part of her vengeful plan to bring justice to the person responsible for her sister's death.
Element #4: Causation
The story is well-written and until the end the reader is trying to put all the pieces together in order to completely understand the course of events that lead to the fatal accident. I really liked the ending because it's dark and I believe that a second book is definitely possible because nothing is over until Becca says it is...
Dawn Klehr has proven for the second time that YA thriller is her genre and she doesn't disappoint with her new novel. If You Wrong Us is a dark young adult thriller about the way some people choose to deal with death and how difficult is for someone to distinguish obedience from love. After all, the line between sanity and paranoia is closer, much closer than we think...