This book is an extremely fast read, with brief, rapidly paced chapters. A remarkable amount of territory is covered given the book's length, including a new love interest for Jennifer, who is mentioned only twice but talks about their future together. As a result, almost everything stays superficial because of the structural constraints—which seems to be a disservice both to the reader and to Gabby's character. I suspect there is a specific audience who will be willing to ignore the deficits in plot and character for a "feel-good" story. However, for many in the mental health field, Gabby's message may resonate individually, whereas the depiction of clinical depression, the psychosocial environment, and character structure will fall significantly short of expectations.