This book is a great mystery novel. It was a little confusing at first because the main character is so deep in her imagination that she doesn't remember anything about one specific night. I liked this book not only because of the fact that it was a mystery but because of what she had to go through.
Since she was 9 years old, Jamie Tessman has had only one friend: a boy named Webb. Now 11, Jamie faces her first extended separation from Webb when he goes on a backpacking trip through Europe and she travels to Chicago with her mother. Missing Webb desperately, Jamie begins spending more and more time in a fantasy world that seems very real to her--a world where she is with Webb. Will Jamie's fantasy life put her in danger?
When Jamie and her mother travel to Chicago so her mother can defend a client, Jamie's world takes a strange turn. Mind slips and vivid daydreams begin to paralyze her as she feels she is slowly losing her mind