Tobias and Charlotte were your typical pair of troublemakers, but landed themselves in bigger consequences than most! Putting tadpoles in the gravy dish seemed like a better and funnier idea in their minds rather than real life and got the two into a big mess. Tobias and Charlotte, as a punishment from their dad, were left in the middle of nowhere. The two decided to walk and stumbled upon Witherwood Reform School, which contained just as many secrets as it appeared to have. They learn that the school does not exactly give their students "free will" in a sense and have to figure their way out of the school when their dad gets amnesia then forgets about them. I didn't really like the book because of the way that the author decided to leave it and how painfully slow the plot moved. There was more suspense being built up than the book needed and, quite frankly, it was a bit boring. If the rest of the series has endings like the first, I don't think I'd be very interested in continuing reading.