DNF after Chapter 1!
I'm not into books where rape is used as a device rather than the serious issue it should be treated as. (No I did not get to the point where this is actually the case, but several of my friends have pointed this out to me, and even more reviews have confirmed it. Based on how the main character (victim) thinks, behaves, and speaks, it's clear I won't find any satisfaction with this novel.) The first chapter is also full of incorrect grammar, switching tenses, typos, and poor writing. So on the DNF-shelf you go, not-so-dear book.