To be fair, I think this book is targeted towards the first half of the "Young Adults". Because it's a typical "girl accidentally stumbles upon fame and learns that her life isn't is bad as she thought" book. The writing is straightforward and the "plot" has been done at least a thousand times. The characters were all stereotypical and boring.I would recommend this book to anyone under the age of 16. There is a hint of romance but when it's between two 15 year olds, you probably don't really want to know anymore about it. The humour is fair and there is a lot of useless facts and contrived situations. I had to skip a couple of pages because I knew exactly what would happen.So the message overall is of course: be yourself.Not a bad book, I'm just too old for it I suppose.