This moving, poignant story is uplifting and hopeful, while also deeply sad. Death is central to the plot, as the main character dies in a car accident, which is repeated in a Groundhog Day-like scenario. Other characters die throughout the story, sometimes at their own hand (but as the same day is repeated, some of these deaths are erased). The same un-chaperoned wild teen party is re-lived multiple times and underage drinking is prevalent, as is pot and cigarette smoking. Main characters are popular, mean girls who are sometimes cruel. Characters behave recklessly: stealing a parent’s credit card, dressing inappropriately, engaging in inappropriate behavior with a teacher, and cheating on a quiz. Language is strong and frequent (sh-t, b-tch, bullsh-t, wh-re). Making out (while partially clothed) takes place and the main character contemplates losing her virginity, although she decides not to. Birth control is mentioned and sex is referenced often. This story has a very powerful message about gaining perspective, redemption, and making things right. Discussions can be had about to how you would live your last day.