This book goes through the events of what seems to be six months or so in the life of a teenaged girl who has just moved across town. Sadie is normal enough. She's got a good set of friends, a life you might say. But even though its just an hour away the move is more influential than you might think at first. A new school means new friends. And new friends means a chance to be a whole new you. Or at least that's Sadie's philosophy. Her mistake, not thinking through the implications of having a new face ... That's a lie.
It's a pretty neat story. I wouldn't say it's very original. However the pictures and the likable characters that you can relate to bring it to life in a whole new way. Friendships are the main focal point for this book and it does a fine job of entertaining, making you think, laugh, and read it all in one sitting. Cute and very memorable. One thing I especially loved was how the pictures furthered an already good story, and the cool transitions between color and black and white kept me interested. I thought there were some really great comedic parts as well. Overall a very neat book that arrived just in time for a snow storm.