Tell Me Three Things: Just an OK YA for me. I had a little bit of a hard time buying that everyone at the school would be so not accepting of her. While, I did like the interactions with SN, a lot of the story got a bit angsty and tedious. I ended up skimming to the end to see if I was right about SN's identity. This will probably bit a hit with teens, but as an adult I was rolling my eyes a lot.
The Daughter: I know this was a DNF for Autumn. I ended up making it through to about 75% and them skimmed to the end. I was pretty underwhelmed by the book. I also had a hard time finding a character to like. This isn't one I would really recommend.
Ruthless: Scientology, My son David Miscavige and Me: This one was just OK for me. I don't think I walked away from this one with much more information about the organization than I have gotten from other books. The author tells us a little of David's early life, but there was really no insight into how he became so powerful in the church. After reading about Ron's experiences while under David's rule, I do believe even more than I did that the church has turned into a money grubbing cult and has changed significantly from what it was when the founder L. Ron Hubbard was alive.
The Space Between: I loved this one even more than the first. Loved Patrick and Andy's relationship. The texts between them were a really cute and fun part of the book. Can't wait for the next one!