Everyone has their own secrets that they are hiding and Dan Pope brings these to fruition in his novel Housebreaking. The novel follows several characters over a few weeks of time allowing their individual perspectives to be told. Initially, I was sucked into the novel because there were questions that needed to be answered. Slowly, the novel began to reveal the secrets of the characters and then, poof, it was over. There really was no turning point or resolution. I felt that I ended the novel with more questions than I had originally. I enjoyed this novel until the end. It seemed very rushed. At times I felt that more or less should have been given. The characters did not have much depth to them.
Overall, I recommend it as a light read, bu I am a bit disappointed at the ending.