Messy, complicated and satisfying. Sawyer is a mess and really so is Reena. I liked their story and their mess and I so wanted them to work it out. It didn't seem like Sawyer was capable of getting it together. He was just so deeply flawed. And Reena, she didn't seem like she was going to start living in reality any time soon. But with all the mess there was a poignancy to this book that really got to me. It just struck a chord that I could appreciate. I'm not sure it would do that for everything. More than the plot or the characters it was the feeling that his book gave me that I really enjoyed.