Entertaining and light, this wish-fulfillment fantasy kept me fully engaged on the train from Toledo to Chicago. The high-school aged protagonist was unbelievably awkward at the beginning and it was fun to watch his computer-aided transition into one of the cool kids. Naturally, consequences occur. Any book with a Shakespeare play (in this case A Midsummer Night's Dream) in the storyline gets extra points from me. I didn't really connect with any of the characters but I found them all likable enough.