The story was very interesting and believable. The book changes perspective between the two main characters which makes it a bit hard to read. Not because it was hard to know who was speaking, but because you knew what the other character was thinking. I think I would have enjoyed it more from just one perspective.
The idea of a cult as the enemy, as opposed to a society or government (like many dystopian-esque) stories was an interesting twist and what made the story so intriguing. I found myself drawn into the fears and beliefs of the characters. I was not too excited by the overly dramatic teen angst and felt some parts of the story could have been left out without hindering the plot.
Overall I would recommend this book if you like YA and dystopian novels.
An advance copy of this book was provided to me by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.