This book was awesome. It was a real life, no bullshit, first person narrative of someone with debilitating anxiety, OCD, and agoraphobia. As with many YA books right now, it is a refreshing and unique look at mental illness. Some people will read this book and not understand it. Others will pick it up and have their life changed. Anyone who reads it will be able to take something from this book. Whether you struggle with mental illness or know someone who does, this book can evoke empathy from anyone.
Thanks to NetGalley, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Children's Book Group and Clarion Books who provided an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.