My Review: This was a good book...but not good ENOUGH. Don't get me wrong---it was a good book with interesting characters and an intriguing plot...but there wasn't enough! It was a very short book with big font, and there was barely any character description. I wanted to know more about Tegan's relationship with Martin and Clark; Tegan's relationship with Gina; Kelly's relationship with Martin; Kelly's relationship with Tegan...so on and so forth. And when the kids at school started treating Tegan badly because they thought she was hiding information, the treatment only last for what---a day? Two days? It seemed like a VERY short period of time, and even though McClintock tried to make Tegan seem distraught by it all, I just didn't sense any emotional depth. Also, the ending was WAY too short---Tegan solves her problem and BAM, less than half a page later, the book is over. No closure. No explanation of anything else. All in all, this book was pretty good, but it needed a lot more to it.
Cover: This cover is pretty cool, in my mind. I love how it's all faded and the colors are distorted, like it's some raw hipster photograph (although that has nothing to do with the book...). I also love the X's over her eyes; they add to the cover.
Overall Grade: B-