This book had a really good moral to it. I would recommend an edited copy for teens, 13-17 or so.
It follows a young girl, 16 years old, from the house that she grew up in to a new house, a new town, and a new school. She was forced to leave behind her two best friends. She tries to make friends at her new school, and ends up falling in with the wrong crowd.
It covers everything from shoplifting to drug use to date rape. It is a cautionary tale for teens to be careful who they choose as friends.
The ending was quite a cliffhanger. I didn't feel that it really brought any closure to the characters.
I was not impressed with the grammar, spelling, or punctuation in the e-book copy. It was very choppy, words were misspelled, and the grammar and punctuation were wrong a lot of the time.
But as far as the storyline goes, it was great. And as soon as my nine year old daughter is a little bit older, since there is a rape scene, I will be having her read it.