I think Taryn just met a girl more badass than she is! Well in some ways that is... :)
The story, just like all of SW's stories has a definitely unique plot. I never knew what she's going to write next. To take it this far is absolutely stunning. Combining the people's need and love for the internet in this book is plain genius. It's very timely, if you ask me.
Now about the characters...
Roni, Roni, Roni... I have wanted to know what her character will be like once SW unleashes her story. As it turns out, she's one of the most badass, friggin strong and amazingly unbeatable heroines with a truly straight forward personality. I love her! I love how unfazed she is when it comes to tough situations. Her dilemma isn't so big after all. She just wants the people around her to understand her. She's not weak at all, never weak. To me, she's one of the best women in this series! :)
Marcus on the other hand is a surprise. I didn't think I would like him. Indeed, he's a charmer so I knew he's a likable character. What surprised me is his depth. The depth of his character stems from a surprisingly dark childhood. Gosh, I wonder how he was able to endure it. Read it. You'll be shocked and you'll say.. "Ah, no wonder...". Sooo there. It's given that he's got a pretty face, he's charming and he's a flirt. What you'll have to look forward to is his patience, his understanding and his real concern towards Roni. It's amazing. He's amazing!
Together, this pair is unbeatable. I love them not just because they complement each other. I love them because they're so (I just have to say this, so sorry, Roni) darn cute. It's cute because Roni is not only good at the kicking ass side. She's also very smart and that makes her mouth also intimidatingly smart too. I love it! Haha! Okay so Marcus is also entertaining in his own way.. but my fave is Roni! :) I love their story and I love how it ended.
The problem in this book is definitely something that you have to look forward to. You'll want to drag some characters out of the book and pinch them to oblivion yourself!
Needless to say, I was really entertained. This was a damn good read!