Pushing The Limits is written in two POVs. giving the reader firsthand experience in the main characters inner thoughts and turmoil.
Noah, is a bad boy, but deep inside his is something else entirely. He's got a past so sad it makes you as a reader want to cry for him, and he's been enough foster homes to last a lifetime. One thing keeps him streamlined: His siblings leaving in another foster home. he has dreams, and among them is uniting himself with his family.
Echo is a girl, haunted by her past, one particular event she can barely remember. She doesn't get along with her step mother and blames the things that happened to her family on her. She's also morning the death of his brother.
As the story unfolds, Noah and Echo, who are complete opposites find they have a lot in common. There lives have been touched by death in the family. In each other they find the love and support they both crave, and in a way heal each other.
Pushing The Limits is an emotional book cleverly weaves in themes like forgiveness, letting go and moving on, love. Ms McGarry did a wonderful job with the characters, as well as the side characters, giving them depth, giving us a reason to care about the characters. Each added a different quality in the story. Can't wait to read her next book, hopefully soon.