This book follows the perspective of a boy named Solomon and a girl named Lisa. Solomon has agoraphobia and hasn't left the house in three years and Lisa, an aspiring psychiatric thinks she can fix his problem whilst also helping herself. Of course things never go to plan and secrets build and friendships become complicated.
I overall did really enjoy this book. It was a fast read for me and I found the writing style super easy to read and just fun. I loved the characters and whilst reading this book I just felt I really was in the world with them.
However I only gave this a 3 stars because it didn't blow me away by any means. It was just a fun simple read that was enjoyable and needed. I did have a few problems with this book one being that some parts of this book were a little unrealistic. Well there was one part of the book that really stood out to me as being super unrealistic. It worked in the book don't get me wrong and I see how the story needed it for the book to continue however I didn't really understand how it could happen.
I also wanted more from the nan towards the end. I liked her character but she was so minor and I just wanted more. I also wanted more from Lisa family background as well as Clarks. They tell you little details about their family but no much more which annoyed me a little. It was as if they were introduced for no reason other than to build the individual characters background but didn't contribute to it much.
I don't know there were a lot of problems with this book but mainly because I just wanted more, which I guess isn't a bad thing. I would recommend this book however simply because I enjoyed it and it took me no time at all to read it.