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I agree on Theo's character - I read it as both of them were so damaged from childhood that they didn't know how to cope. For example, SPOILERS the whole "he killed me thing" and Theo's inability to just say something to Kathy or even just say something to Alicia showed a real lack of emotional maturity. I think it was suppose to be two damaged people who created havoc in their lives.
I'm not sure what I was expecting - I'm about halfway through and it is so different than their first book. I'm enjoying it and I feel like something is coming, but it's almost more unsettling in a thriller when it breaks the previous pattern of the author. Hopefully I'll finish tonight - I want to know where this is all going to end up.
I agree - I think part of my problem, though, was I had read a few reviews and had some clues going into the book. Once the overall backstory was solved, the rest felt a little more obvious. I think it's one that would be better going in with as little background knowledge as possible.
I read it as her trying to tell him once and for all they're done. I can't figure out why she invited him to the wedding and I spent most of the book trying to figure out if she was in on it or not. I think in the end, though, it was a case of a young love ended and man who wouldn't let it go. I think the only reason (besides the wedding invite) that I really suspected V was Mike's perspective. And the trial showed us just how messed up that was.