I had really, really high hopes for this book, though I'm not really sure why. I was basically reminded why I don't usually read YA contemporary. It was basically every other book about a popular high school girl who falls from grace. I couldn't really bring myself to like Chloe all that much, who claimed she was a good judge of character, yet her best friends had turned on her. Yeah, Chloe, you sure know how to pick them don't you?
One thing I did like was the author didn't seem to be afraid to deal with big issues such as Parkinson's disease and drug use. Chloe's world seems to begin to fall apart because of what her grandmother who suffers from Parkinson's disease, and her mother argue about what would be best for her grandmother. Another thing I did like was the radio station crew. I had wished we got to know them a little more. Though we learn about their different situations we don't really get to know them all that well.
I found that this book really wasn't for me. Luckily enough, the book was a quick read. Had it been longer I probably would have been done with it long before the ending.