What a lovely book. The author has created a character that is entirely sympathetic, and that allows the reader to have a glimpse of one trans* youngster's thoughts, feelings, and personal journey. I so wanted to hug Grayson and to slap a couple of the other characters. Recommended.
As a side note to the whole FTC thing, I heard of this book on NetGalley, but my request to read a free, temporary electronic copy of the book was turned down (Y U No Like Me Hyperion??). So I got this book after a lengthy wait on the hold list at my library. And I still gave it an honest review, so there.