I love the concept of this book. And while I can understand that the format isn't to everyone's taste, it worked for me. Janie lives her life in moments, the dreams of others can disrupt her at any moment. Intentional or not, the sometimes abrupt writing style reflects this. I did have a problem with the actions of a certain adult toward the end of the book, I had trouble believing the amount of trust this person placed in Janie given the entire situation. This is a trilogy, so obviously there's going to be more to the story, but the ending was almost too pat, everything coming together for Janie's benefit in an almost too-perfect way. A police captain in small town USA has the power to give Janie a full scholarship? Even given the large drug bust Janie helped facilitate, this stretched the boundaries for me. I will definitely be reading the other two books.