I've reviewed this already for the CPL blog, but I still highly recommend it to just about anyone. The premise--a fifteen-year-old girl is convinced that '90s rock icon, Kurt Cobain, is both still alive, and her real father--is utterly ridiculous. However, the way Manzer creates this character and this universe makes it seem believable, and terribly sympathetic. Protagonist Nico isn't looking for a rock star connection, but for a sense of family and closure on a mystery that was left unsolved. It's addicting, and a very fast read.