Well, this was a fresh read: the entire book takes place within seven hours. Given this fact, everything is obviously fast-paced. There is no page filled with mindless or unnecessary information: every sentence, every word is carefully and methodically written. Lerangis does an amazing job with introducing the characters and giving them a personality in such a short amount of time; you get an idea of what kind of people each character is in a matter of three chapters. He was also able to intertwine all six major characters together in this huge, interconnected web. Lerangis was able to throw in some humor from time to time, but kept it really fast-paced, thriller/action-movie like most of the time. The author, again, is extremely skilled in his pacing of the story. He keeps you on the edge of your seat and on the tips of your toes, a state where you think your stomach is going to drop if you continue reading (but you continue anyways). Part of this is because just when he makes it seem like everything is going to resolve itself, the entire situation becomes even more labyrinthine. The small epilogue given at the end of the story was clever of the author because it let the readers catch their breaths and glide to a stop after the roller-coaster ride of a story. WTF, by Peter Lerangis, is especially great for those who like to press the gas all the way for the whole ride, cutting corners and flying off the road, and only hitting the brakes until the very end.
Reviewed by Lilit, Grade 12