When Dora, Elena's older sister, is diagnosed with depression and has to be admitted to the hospital, Elena can’t seem to make sense of their lives anymore. At school, the only people who acknowledge Elena are Dora’s friends and Jimmy Zenk—who failed at least one grade and wears blackevery day of the week. And at home, Elena’s parents keep arguing with each other. Elena will do anything to help her sister get better and get their lives back to normal—even when the responsibility becomes too much to bear.
Good book, but lacked some details that would have made me care more about the character. I just found it really hard to believe that Elena had absolutely no friends at all in her school or from her old school. This was a quick read, and I think it has teen appeal, but I am going to say nay for TU quality.