When Rob and his friends decide to make the school laughing stock into one of the class favorites, the whole school is in for a shock. Simon turns the tables on everyone and turns them all into victims - including himself.
This book was set up in an interesting way. I didn't realize it until about halfway into the book, but I was reading the falling action and resolution at the beginning of every chapter through the use of interview-like quotes from the main characters. Frankly, I probably wouldn't have finished the book if it weren't for those quotes. I didn't like any of the characters and I felt like none of them acted like real high school aged kids.
When I reached the end of the book, there was such a let down in wrapping it all up that I had to go back and read the quotes at the beginning of each chapter again. It gave me a sense of closure to the events that happened at the end of the book. I was so intrigued by the structure of this story. I've never seen anything like it. I hated the characters, I didn't think the actions were realistic, but Giles did a good job of keeping just enough mystery in it to keep me reading.