Great book to pick up and put down when you get the chance, light reading. The story switches back and forth between Stella Moon's past and present and really gives a good look at why she has made some of the choices she's made. Focuses quite a bit on her relationship with her father, a TV chef who prefers to live a bit in the past. Even though she's an adult, I feel like this is really a coming-of-age story, in which Stella figures out who she is. Different from what I normally read, but I enjoyed it.