This book has something sorely lacking in YA fiction - a protagonist who is overweight. But while her weight does (realistically) lead to snap judgments from people and bullying, there is SO much more to her (e.g. a love of dance, an awesome relationship with her Dad) and it's wonderful to read her portrayed in such a positive light. The other protagonist, Jack, struggles with some typical teen boy issues of "why am I compelled to do shitty things when I want to be a good person?" and some not-so-typical issues including a rare neurological disorder that renders him unable to recognise faces. It's a love story, but it's much more than that. It's about how we judge each other, and how we maybe *should* judge each other.