This book wasn't entirely my thing- it felt more like a younger children's book, not the Young Adult recommendation. The language was very simplistic in many places, and I found I didn't really get into it.
That being said, the story itself was promising, and with a more polished version of the dialogue and addressing some of the grammatical issues, I think it could be a very solid book.
This book is very reminiscent of 'The Adoration of Jenna Fox'. It dealt with similar concepts, themes and emotions, and if you enjoyed the Adoration, I would recommend giving this a flick through.
In places, the writing is a little simplistic, though the storyline and the themes mostly make up for it. It's a quick, and relatively enjoyable read, but I feel that with some work and polishing the characters, this book could go from 'enjoyable' to 'amazing'.