This answer contains spoilers… (view spoiler)[I loved the ending. This is by far my favorite Ellen Hopkins book. The ending was disturbing, but had purpose. It shows you how disturbed the characters really were (especially Conner) and how tragically it affects people in everyday life. It shows you that depression, cutting, infidelity, murder, suicide, etc all exists. It's out there, and takes people everyday. And in my opinion, it opened my eyes to it. You know about things like this but not in great detail like Ellen Hopkins provided. All in all, it was a great ending to a suspenseful page turner (hide spoiler)]
Jessica Bueno I feel as if the ending had double meaning. Its within the person to seek the truth behind her last sentence. You are capable of making the ending be what you want it to be, for me it was personally outstanding.