When reading the first look at this book, as soon as "Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda" was mentioned I knew I needed this book. That being said, I went into this with very high expectations because Simon Vs. is one of my favorite books ever. I have only read one other book by this author ("Girl Gone Viral") and I put that down about 30% of the way through. I was a bit iffy going into this book because of the comparison to one of my favorite books and the history I had with this author. Unfortunatly this book was a bit of a let down for me. I think if I went in with lower expectations I could have loved it, but it was being compared to one of my favorites and (in my eyes) it did not compare. I think if I read this without knowing much about it I could've liked it a lot more. I still would recommend this to people because I think it was for personal reason, not the story, that I didn't end up liking it.