Full Share - Eliza Freed

Nora Hargrove works an entry-level job that she hates, lives in an apartment that is more like a cave, and she avoids all interpersonal relationships. Instead of spending time over the summer with the mother she hates, she stays in an overcrowded Dewey Beach rental. It's here that Nora becomes inspired to live her life instead of hiding and running from what she wants.

I really liked the concept and all of the characters, but there was nothing particular that stood out to make this a great book for me.