Paranoia is aptly named. Jake has completely lost the plot in the four months following the deaths and his inner monologues are quite difficult to read. It's a fascinating read, if a little uncomfortable and the ending is quite a shocker.
The characters were quite well drawn and the situations were well written, however I did roll my eyes at some of the situations that were presented. It is a good book but not a standard read and I would caution anyone going into this book with the expectation to see a mystery solved. The puzzle of who killed Jake's parents is huge, but that isn't the focus, it's more Jake's mental state and history that is looked at here.
Good read and quite unique.