Anke's father is abusive to everyone else in her family, but not her. She witnesses her father's violent behavior but is never directly a recipient of it. Anke doesn't talk to anyone about it and just goes to school and does her best. She is silent and invisible.
Anke begins to find her voice, though, when she makes the volleyball team. She meets some new friends and gains confidence. But can she stand up to her father? Can she help her sister, brother and mom realize that what's happening to them is not ok?
I enjoyed this book. I kept turning pages because I wanted to find out what Anke did and what she experienced. This was a fast read and I think many young adult readers would like it. It really shows details about living in an abusive home that might look ok from the outside.