Eighteen-year-old Jill Charron wakes up in a hospital room. She has no idea what happened to put her there. In fact, she has no idea what happened over the last six weeks. Her parents and her lawyer have to inform her that she was involved in a fatal accident while on a school trip in Italy and she was flown home to the United States thanks to her rich father. But the Italian police want her to come back. Because they don't think the accident was an accident. They think Jill is a murderer.
Snippets of memories pop into Jill's head every now and then but she can't seem to get them to stay. She wants desperately to make sense of them so she can clear her name. Deep down she knows she didn't do it, but what if she's wrong?
I enjoyed the writing. I liked reading the blog posts, emails, texts, facebook pages, and police interviews with those involved in the school trip. I liked the suspense. Basically I liked everything about the book right up until the very end. It felt like it was missing something. It wasn't as in depth and seemed too short compared to everything else that went on in the book.