I don’t exactly agree with the main character’s actions, or his opinion of goths, but I liked him. I actually laughed out loud a few times. I like that he second-guessed himself and had some remorse about what he was doing. It showed that he really does have a heart and a conscience, despite his claims that he doesn’t. I found myself rooting for him and I really hoped that his plan would work. It’s neat that the literary magazine is included in the book. Nicholas’ poem was my favorite.
I really loved his relationship with his grandmother because I’m also close with my gramma. His mother is a mess though. She’s easily the worst character in the book and she won’t be winning any Mother of the Year awards anytime soon.
The book is a pretty quick read (It only took me a day to read it.) I wasn’t sure what to expect because the author plays Kurt on Glee. I had actually gone to the library t get a different book, which they didn’t have, but I’m really happy that I got this one. After reading the book, I definitely want to see the movie and I’ve already added it to my queue on Netflix.