This book has one hell of a first line. I'm transported to what I think high school is like nowadays. I liked the writing style and flow of the first three chapters. It has good inner dialogue that teaches you about the MC's background history, but it isn't boring or too in depth. There are already some movie/show/music references that I had to look up, but I do love when there is a theme (allusions?) running through a book like that. I think it needs a tiny bit of editing, but I would keep going with this book!