This must be YA that I picked up in error.
Nothing by John Green
Jeff Woodman is the only good thing about this book.
Oh, maybe Colin, his parents, or maybe Hassan.
Loved the story (and the moral). The reader is one of the best I've heard. You'll be thinking of Collin and Hassan long after their adventure ends.
I really enjoyed the story, plain out. Just the meaning to it. The way John explains what it is to want to be remembered, but not to have to be remembered.
I also loved the way the narrator got all the voices down, I feel like it really added to the experience.
More for the younger crowd, particularly kids who want to be nerds. Seems to be a trend not based in reality. Or maybe the definition of nerd has changed...