While not as good as All the Bright Places, this book follows a similar path of two very different people finding common ground. Libby had to be rescued from her house three years earlier, and became known as the World's fattest teen. Jack has undiagnosed prosopagnosia, which means he can't recognize faces, even of those closest to him. There are a lot of things in this book that are way over the top, but it does a good job of showing what different people have in common and how insecurities affect everyone. I don't know how realistic this book's version of prosopagnosia is because Jack seems to lack any coping mechanisms. The random references to the show Supernatural are entertaining if you're a fan of that show like me.