Reviewed by Seamus B. (age 13)
This is a great futuristic book because it's not too complicated; it's easy to understand. It was sad and funny at the same time, too. It was funny because M.T. Anderson uses what kids actually say: curses, computer abbreviations like lol for laugh out loud and other things we say and do. It was sad because it seemed real because the things that happen in their world happen in our world, but theirs is futuristic.
I recommend this book to all people interested in teenagers. He writes in a way that makes you feel bad and emotional for the characters. He writes for teenagers as if he is one.