"Complex, captivating, and gorgeously written, this suspenseful story of the lines that blur between friendship, love, and self-discovery demands to be read in one sitting."
– Karen M. McManus, New York Times bestselling author of One of Us is Lying
“Subtle and aching, with writing that crackles off the page—See All the Stars perfectly captures the aftershock of first love, betrayal, and loss.”
– Kara Thomas, author of The Darkest Corners and Little Monsters
“Kit Frick combines the hand of a consummate storyteller with the heart of a master poet to craft an intriguing, suspenseful, and compelling story of love, lies, and complicated friendship.”
– Jeff Zentner, Morris Award winning author of The Serpent King and Goodbye Days
“Full of heart and hard truths, See All the Stars is a vivid, vibrant unraveling of friendship, loss, guilt, and betrayal.”
– Stephanie Kuehn, author of the William C Morris Award Winning Charm & Strange
"Not many books surprise me anymore but this one gut punched me in the best way possible. Not only is this a page-turner, but it's also a beautifully weaved story on love, trust, and friendship, that's both relatable and heartfelt. A stunning debut!"
– Tiffany D. Jackson, author of Allegedly and Monday's Not Coming
"A gritty look at complicated friendships, sure to keep the reader guessing to the end."
– Mindy McGinnis, author of The Female of the Species
"If you're looking for a riveting summer page-turner, you found it."
"Taut and riveting, Frick’s psychological thriller will keep readers on the edge of their seats."
– Publishers Weekly
“A gripping and atmospheric contemporary thriller that excels in portraying the complex intensity of its characters.”
– Kirkus Reviews
"The pace of a thriller and the prose of literary fiction."
"A book to be devoured in one sitting....Frick's debut will especially be a treat for fans of E. Lockhart's We Were Liars."
“In her debut, Frick beautifully pens a compelling tale with which her audience will relate; the sweetness of first love and the burning sting of betrayal are relatable to most. It will appeal to fans of mystery and realistic fiction alike.”