This book is not what I expected.
OK so it's set in the not too distant future and it's about teenagers, there's even a romance in there. But really this is about Jenna Fox and what makes her herself - what makes us human, the parent child relationship, and the ethics of science and medicine. It's well written, quick to read and made me think about a lot of things. I won't say more or I'll give it all away. Some of the plot is predictable but that's not really the point - it's the discussion that's interesting.