It took me a while to decide whether I was going to give two or three stars to this book. I eventually decided I would go for the two, because the story just wasn't fluid enough.
There were many important, especially final, parts, where the lack of description gave an impression of unreality and impossibility to the plot, an impression of hurried conclusion, where the current scenery was transformed by a couple of sentences. As a consequence, emotional, crucial moments had less space than other boring and recurring scenes in which nothing was actually happening. Let's say that space was not too well organised.
On the other hand, I reckon this writer definitely has potential, as demonstrated in the pages where they did include feelings, the original 'Melanie dictionary', the drawings and so on and I genuinely liked their considerations, I think the nineteen-year-old author perfectly made their way into the main character.
Besides, the whole idea was very nice.
I'm certain their next book (which I intend to read) will be an improvement.