The thing is, no matter how hard I tried to get into this book and look pass its flaws and cringey writing, I couldn't. When I first read the blurb, I thought that yes, this is exactly what I want to read and that I'll definitely like this because I like internet, I like fanfiction and writing and I like socially awkward teenagers. However, this book wasn't something I have imagined it to be. Yes, sure, it was about fanfiction but my problem is that it revolved too much around fanfiction. It was also about the TV show that doesn't exist so it was hard to figure out what was everything about that Jane was writing. Moreover, I found Jane to be incredibly annoying. Okay, she has anxiety issues, she has a not-so-great life at home, but so do I and I don't act like that. On some points, I could understand where she's coming from, but the way she manipulated people, the way she always found therapists to be stupid, it was frustrating. A person would think she'd want help, but I felt like she only wanted to make her own life worse. I believe that maybe because this book was about the issue I have a lot of knowledge and my own personal experience of, I couldn't buy it. I wish I could've but I've been reading it at such a slow pace that it was tiring. I gave it half more stars just because the blurb seemed interesting. Novel itself just wasn't.