"A general has to see the whole field to make good strategy," he'd explain. "When you're down there fighting, you can't see much past the threat directly in front of you."
I really enjoy books where the story is told from multiple perspectives. This one did not disappoint. It is primarily a YA murder mystery, but spans themes of relationships, doping, alcoholism and addiction, lgbtq issues, privacy rights and more. This is an easy one to recommend to my students.