This book was really good. I loved the entire storyline of the book, from the climax to the minor details of the book; I loved it all, and found it all very interesting. Another part of the book I loved is how it can be both relatable to real life and also feel like it's very dramatic and unrealistic. Certain aspects-frienemies, traveling, family struggles and and secrets are relatable to real life, while a huge adventure like this story is both likely and unlikely to happen in real life. Finally, I also loved how much the story progresses over the course of the entire book, and how much it can change certain things as well. In this category, I love how the characters grow throughout the story so that by the end, you're giddy with excitement by all that's happened. However, there was just one part I did not like as much as the others: when you're reading the climax, as well as certain corresponding parts, there are certain topics that can be too personal. Despite this, the book was still amazing.