This is a really weird book to write a review for because I generally like to pick the main characters to talk about and then say the things I liked and didn’t like. However, this book has like a million characters that may be the main character and a dozen different stories happening at the same time… depending on how you read it. It was definitely an interesting book, I remember reading books similar to this when I was younger and I liked them so I was excited to see how this book would work. At first I had a hard time getting into it, but that may have been because I know absolutely nothing about American Politics. But once I got past that part and really focused on the characters and what was going on, I actually really enjoyed it and I will definitely be checking out the rest of the books in the series. I really liked how the first half of the book is basically a background story for ALL of the characters, and then you get to pick who to follow. I chose to follow Evan Hartnett because she seemed the most down to earth out of all the characters, but I plan on going back and reading each characters point of view because I want to see how the stay the same, and how they differentiate as well. This is a really creative way to write a book and I totally commend the authors for doing so. In all books that people read there are certain characters that you wish you could get to know more about but they are background characters so you don’t get the chance to. This book give you the power to read about who you want!