I'm very much in two minds about this book, which I suppose is quite appropriate.
On one hand, I really enjoyed it. Each page brought new information and new emotions. Each chapter brought new complications for the characters. Each of these complications brought solutions which influenced the story in unexpected ways, meaning there were plenty of shocking discoveries.
The book had an interesting style. Being written from the point of view of a fifteen year old enabled plenty of insight into her thoughts and feelings, which otherwise wouldn't come across. Personally, this style also drew me closer to the character of Milly, made me empathise with her even.
On the other hand however, I felt that towards the end, it became a little predictable. Some people may like this, but personally, I like twists and suspense. Not only that, but I felt slightly let down by the ending. So many unanswered questions, loose ends and missing details. Again, for some people this may be what they like but I prefer to have everything tied up, even if the ending isn't a happy one. Although I do appreciate that with this particular ending, leaving no questions unanswered would've made the book substantially longer.
Overall I'd give Good Me Bad Me 3.5 out of 5. I would definitely say that it's worth reading if you have a chance as it has quite a unique style and an intriguing storyline. However if you're anything like me, just prepare to be left wanting to know more.
This e-book was provided to me for free in exchange for an honest review.