In this two-part novel, there is ONLINE, and then there is REAL LIFE. Being fully engaged in one means you are absent from the other. But when our main character‘s family needs her, the pull of reality trumps the cultivated nonsense of the virtual bubble. I admit I did not feel quite internet-savvy enough to completely grasp all of part one. Part two was what really captured me. It just broke me open at times. A very unique book.