This is one of the few books that many teenagers can relate too. The setting takes place at what seems like a regular high school, paralleling an everyday school day that contains gossip, drama, teenage angst, and even family problems. What I really liked about this book is that it made me think. I noticed that the main characters never fully communicated with each other and told the truth about their thoughts. Personally, I know I have the same struggle and that just added to the fact that I can relate to the person even more. Leppert does a fantastic job at creating a book that captivates the attention of its reader beginning on the very first page and ends the story in a way that gives the readers satisfaction. I recommend this book to teenagers that are in dire need of a good read.