My smart, Jewish, feminist female friend recommended this book to me, and lo and behold, the main character is a smart, Jewish, feminist teen female with a bone to pick with the patriarchy.

I enjoyed the book for what it was, but it is a bit preachy. There are bits in the book where Frankie gets in long drawn-out arguments with other students about that nature of gender and whether or not it has a biological basis, blah blah blah, something about peacocks. This I did not enjoy; show, not tell, you know the drill.

Other than that I found the book highly enjoyable and I would not hesitate to foist it on female teens.