I liked the book better once part two began. In the end, I was still indifferent. As a Psychology student, the topic of bipolar disorder is very interesting. However, throughout the book I felt a dislike towards each of the characters. Each seemed to overreact to small things. Knowing someone with bipolar disorder should have the opposite effect. When things can change on a dime, each little action matters less. The way that Wiebke reacted to the motorcycle incident made me think that it was going to have been his close friend or relative that they had actually killed. He seemed so traumatized by the event that he hadn't even begun to understand. They had known each other a few weeks at most, no one in their right mind would have told them the biggest secret of their life this early.