This book actually started off quite strong, and I thought it was comparable to Jodi Picoult's style. It sucked me in right away and then it took a turn for the worse. Instead of sticking to the problem of being accused to letting a little girl stay in the fire to die, and the ensuing court case, she took it in a whole different direction - to a big conspiracy theory. And then it just seemed silly. It could have been SO much better, but she made a very wrong choice in deciding how the book would end.