Azzopardi manages to channel young adults’ language, tics and behaviours, in a story as topical as they come. It’s written in an extremely casual, unstructured style, with short scenes that go back and forth across the timeline. The young adults in the novel live a life that most Maltese teenagers will identify with, and the protagonist’s reaction to having been fraped is one that could easily have been that of any of her peers given the same circumstances.
— The Malta Independent