Maybe you were teased, made fun of, bullied in grade school or middle school and maybe your tormentor changed schools. Maybe you had begun to believe all that was over, that you could have friends, talents, succeed. Then that person reappears and you are on red alert sensing that the worst could start all over again, thinking, feeling you could lose everything you have. So you start acting towards and thinking about everything that is going on as if it means something different than it does and you really do almost lose the most important people and stuff in your life. That's exactly what happens to Maggie. It takes her a while to see that it isn't all about her and that all is not lost and that her one time tormentors have issues too, aren't so perfect. Twice I had nemeses while in elementary and middle schools. Twice they kept popping up other places when I least expected it. Twice, I got to see these people for the flawed pathetic people they really were. Having gone through some of what Maggie experienced, I really appreciated this book about trying to move on and being too insecure to do it. Others may see themselves here too. Its quite a good read.