In side A, I spent more time trying to find my narrators, but once I had Trey and Jon hammered down the tunnel vision begin. I go into all book with an open minded, especially since I was warned by Lori in advice. But I think that warned throw me more that I expected, the content was different and I some ways hurtful, at least from this POV. I love all, no matter the live they chose, but here you have to understand that side A is from the best friend and brother POV.
Trey is really character, someone who is very blind to the fact that his friend is not as well off as he is, there is more he's is so not okay with, and like a self child tries to take what is right and make it wrong.
As for Jon, his brother is his main force, but what happens when you mother is not all there and may just very well tear his brother to pieces. How can you protect one loved one from another.
As always you are going to have to read the book for yourself. But I will tell you that side A is a difficult read and can trigger emotions in you, you will never expect. This is a 4 Heart review for me, simply because I felt very raw after reading side A, raw in bad way, and had reserves on reading side B. But This is a side all should see and know the pain first hand, so I give Lori huge props on this book.