All Lulu Carter wants is to be seen. But her parents are lost in their own worlds, and Lulu has learned the hard way that having something as rare as HSAM—the ability to remember almost every single moment in her life—won’t make you popular in school.
Unfortunately, there is not as much of a climax and resolution as I would have liked. Also there was no need to introduce to the incident of Lulu's "coming of age/becoming a woman", which had nothing to do with the story. Finally and perhaps most glaring, there is an awful lot of repetition with Lulu narrating over and over her fears and anxieties. The book could have saved several of the over 300 pages by trusting the reader to understand those things rather than feeling like we needed to be reminded so often.