This book was really interesting. I loved the language and the way it was written - it sounded so real. It was really intriguing to me, because all three of the girls live such different lives than I have, being a white girl from a small(er) city. It gave me a glimpse into how people who are different have to fight for a lot of the things that just come naturally to others. Also an interesting side story of Neeka's gay brother and the unjust treatment he gets for being different.
A few scattered.
Some violent things happen, but no details.
Overall rating: ***