Kat, Flora and Lauren have been summoned by their father back to Rock Point, the Cornish cliff house where the three half-sisters spent their summers together. While not one of them looks forward to going, they all three do make the trip.
The summer of 2009 left its mark on the three sisters, and the reader knows something traumatic happened, but the exact event is slowly (and perfectly) revealed through alternating chapters in the present (2019) and the past (2009).
I really enjoy Eve Chase's writing style and her character development. I felt that I had a real understanding of each of the sisters and their unique perspectives. I also love that Rock Point became a character itself in the story.
I received The Birdcage courtesy of the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.