" My friend and I picked this up on CD at a truck stop to listen to on a road trip. It was implausible and boring. It was filled with crazy, off-target metaphors and similes. Every once in a while, a ton of word-a-day calendar words were thrown in, as if the author was trying to make up for bad writing by impressing us with her vocabulary. The personalities of characters Heath and Anna were completely indistinguishable from one another, as were the (bizarre, unrealistic) personalities of all the pre-teen girls in the book. There was not a likeable, believable character in the entire book. This book felt intentionally anti-male and accidentally anti-female. We never did listen to the very last bit of it; neither of us could take it any more. "
— Holly, 1/20/2014