Sarah has a real way with words, a real gift for putting you inside a character's head. I really feel that I "got" what the main character was going through. This book is written in the style that the young women I know seem to speak and think in. Every time you feel confused, the next paragraph clears it up. This actually creates quite the page turner. There was a moment when I suspected someone in this book of being a secret villain. I was wrong. Very wrong. She turned out to be a true friend. There's a moment, just before the theme is basically laid out (a bold and blunt move by the author that works well, in my opinion), where I was kind of jealous of the main character. A very heart warming moment. It does end pretty well. An enjoyable read that just barely would score a PG-13 in the movie world, and that I could totally see being a tv mini series or new teen drama kind of show.