3 Suited to teenagersMiaBomBia | 23/11/2013 | See all MiaBomBia's reviews (28)Leila Sales has created an enjoyable story based on a not so enjoyable topic by carefully constructing the plot to tell the story of a troubled teenager.Elise is a typical teenager however her issues of school and friends go deeper into a dark side of emotions. Sales has cleverly planned out chapter 1 because by the end of it we already have a good idea of what type of character Elise is. We follow her through the book as she tackles problems of school and being alone but most importantly as a person she feels like she can not be herself which i feel the target audience is suitable because as teenagers they can relate to her.Although it is an enjoyable book, i did have a few problems. Firstly, i found that a few situations within the book aren't very believable, whether that was just my opinion or not i found this kind of put the book down in way of it's realistic views. Secondly, Elise's sister, Alex, who is 7 years-old speaks more maturely for her age as she seems to have a very mature personality. This didn't ruin the book though as it's only a small thing.The most entertaining event throughout the book was the DJ part because i absolutely loved reading into the technical side and being able to learn at the same time as the character.Overall an easy read novel, more suited to teenagers.