I have a bit of a problem with the resolution that this book has offered up as it is entirely dependent on one accepting the idea that Todd's behavior was entirely the result of his trying to please his father, and the solution that is offered up is that upon being told that his son is mimicking his behavior the father suddenly becomes the ideal figure to tell his son that his behavior is unacceptable. Now given the father was shown to be a man who had decided that a party being held by his son is the ideal environment to display his willingness to accept the attentions of an overly affectionate neighbor, I had trouble accepting this ending as the ideal solution. Still, I did enjoy the back & forth interaction among the teens, and the book does earn points for it's genuine feeling emotional scene when Dakota is told her boyfriend is a class a jerk. It's also nice to see Zack's power was used to change the outlook of the story, even if I don't agree with the final solution that was arri Read Full Review
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