Though some teens will struggle with some of the terminology (there is a glossary provided), this is an interesting and rather unique story. Unique in that we have a teen who is fervent about her religion (there are not too many out there in YA land about teens and faith) and who is coming to terms with her sexuality. Now that I have dispensed with my VOYA review, I can move on to some of the other titles that came in the mail. CHAINS by our own Laurie Halse Anderson is next, I think.
No convention watching for me. Hubby watched some earlier and came to bed griping about it. I do not think my pinched nerve will benefit from my screaming at the TV. So, I will surf for some old reruns and wait for the pundits in the morning.