A Girl Named Digit is a fun read for teen girls that is hard to put down. Well-written and fast-paced, it is a great choice for reluctant readers. Girls will enjoy Digit's character as she is very likable, funny, and awkward, making this math genius very relatable to all teen girls. It is refreshing to read about a character whose superpower is her smarts. Even better, Digit gets to use her skills for good, and save lives while doing so. The terrorists are a violent group, and have been known to kill and torture people. In once instance, they cut a man's fingers off. Digit comes from a nice, loving family. She gets her first kiss and has an innocent romance with a man named Jon, who is a bit older (he is 21, she is 17). They spend the night together, but nothing happens. Jon is aware of the issue that the age gap presents, and is respectful of it. Those who enjoy this book relatively wholesome teen book can continue to follow Digit's adventures, as this is the first installment in a planned series.