“This is a "journalistic" form of a novel, written by it's "owner", 16 year old Jessica Darling, who is coping the new year with the her bestfriend, Hope Weaver, moving away from Pineville, New Jersey, only to be stuck with the Clueless Crew (I'm not kidding), her obsessing about track sports Dad, her mother who's into her sister's wedding, her ex-boyfriend, Scott who either wants to get back to her or just friends, her non existant lover, then none the expected least; there's Marcus "Krispy Kreme" Flutie. To add it up, none of her friends understands her and of course she couldn't stand ay of them but have no choice but bear it all. But in this lot of mess Marcus suddenly came out from the background and actually, much to her messed-up state, talk to her.
Jessica Darling a character any girls could relate to and of course this could be a guide for the boys to venture into the minds of most "sane" girls. Her problems and her thoughts, written in this novel in a "journalistic" form, would make you sit down and just read it through until you're reached the last page. That is how good of a page turner this book is.
Don't let the title and front cover throw you off, like it did me. It's a fun book and a page turner. Jessica would pull you into her thoughts and the plots are easily to.”