The underlying story is rediculously (two teens trying to solve a murder mystery) out of character for Aza and Daily, the main character and her best friend. The story trying to be told was conveyed by exaggerating EVERYTHING. So, if your teen suffers from typical teen anxiety, this book could well make them think they need therapy because their minds are no longer their own for them to control. Why it's not five stars for language is beyond me, as there are swear words, and I mean all of the big ones include taking the lords name in vain, throughout every chapter. I don't recommend this to anyone, and especially not to teens. It was boring, depressing and doesn't deliver a good message.