This novel by Julie Berry was certainly interesting. I feel that the message she was giving to the readers was to find your voice, even when you feel as if you don't acquire one. She sent this message across very well through this novel, I really enjoy books like these where the main character triumphs over what would seem to others as a disability. The fact that she wrote the novel in fragments instead of chapters seemed to appeal to me as well, because you can't find many novels like that. The reason why I didn't give this novel a 5-star rating is simply because I felt the book should have been shorter than it's 274 pages. Just because it seemed to prolong the inevitable and would draw out some of the scenes farther than it should have gone. But in total, it was a good read and I enjoyed it.