So. This entire review will be about the momentum of this story because its pace is just really scary. No, not scary. Exhilarating. From the very beginning, everthing is peaceful and all... until Jake's house's room is rented out to a "communist" WEll, that's what Jake thinks, but there's actually a really surprising twist in the end. Starting from the place where his father's room is rented out, a bunch of events happen that is so heart thumping and exciting. But as exciting as it is, it's just too much. THere's no leeway in between, so it's hard for me to think through about the events, and what they mean. It's good for entertainment but if you are a deep reader like I am, you probably won't like this book that much.