This book was all about feminism, LGBT issues, and most importantly self exploration, finding out who you are and who you want to be. I was a little hesitant to read this at first, but so glad I did. I read it in one sitting.
This was unlike many other books I have read lately. Juliet was a breath of fresh air. She is funny, innocent, and coming into her own. She just came out to her family and this story deals with her learning about this "new" community and finding her place within it.
There were small thing I liked and didn't like. I liked the whole chapter dedicated to menstruation. I never read something like that in YA. Some things I wished went into more detail was the different aspects of feminism or her relationship with her mother to name a few, but overall I liked everything.