This book disappointed me. I just didn't care about the characters--Wen couldn't stop sticking her thumb in her hand and putting it to her mouth. It was very on the nose writing. It took 85 pages to get to the point. It was initially told in third person multiple and that was an interesting way to push the story along but it was jarring and pointless to then switch to first person multiple--beginning with a side character (and not the protagonists) who was oddly narrating at the other characters and then follow it up with first person for the rest of the novel including an odd disjointed mix of two first persons who head hop within the same scenes and-- Are you confused yet? Yes? Then you can imagine the frustration of reading it.
Was this supposed to be experimental? It was just dissatisfying and regrettable. And pointless. And long. And frustrating.