Highly Illogical Behavior by John Corey Whaley
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Once again, we have an unlikable main character, Lisa. Lisa's driven to the point of just being delusional, assuming that whatever she does, whomever she hurts, it's all ok because it serves the greater good (Lisa's success). That Solomon becomes part of her plan is unfortunate, because he seems to be more interesting and could easily have held the book on his own. And Clark feels like a red herring in many ways. That the narration sometimes broke the fourth wall also irritated me - either make it a consistent thing, or drop it entirely.
ARC provided by publisher.