I have to say that as I started this book I wondered if it would be for me or not. It took a little while to get into the story, but once I did, I enjoyed it.
Serena is aware of the wrongs of the world. Aware of problems in her family, bullies causing heartache and misery at school, but powerless to do anything about it. That is until she begins talking to Tile X. As their relationship develops she sees Tile X may have the power she doesn't.
Parts of the story are dark, but these are balanced out with some humour and more light-hearted moments. Some parts of the tale also seemed quite philosophical in the way they got me thinking about the parts of my life I'm happy with or want to change.
This is a unique and original story and I wonder what's next for Serena.