I think this book was on my To-Read list from when I was taking the Literacy Practicum. I have been trying really hard to read books from the list, and this one happened to be in the Leavitt Library. When I started reading it, it was hard for me to get into because I am not used to being so deep in the mind of a 15-year old boy. As insightful, and sometimes scary as that was, it was hard to follow and sometimes I had a hard time caring about what the narrator was talking about. A lot of the time, I wanted to scream to him to get to the point! But, I guess that is what makes this book good for 15-year old boys, which is why I suspect it is on my list.