What Goodreads has to say:
After stealing Shelly's ashes from her wake at Trinity Catholic High School, the boys set a course for the small Lake Erie island where Shelly's body had washed ashore and to where she wished to be returned. It would be one last "so Shelly" romantic quest. At least that's what they think. As they navigate around the obstacles and resist temptations during their odyssey, Keats and Gordon glue together the shattered pieces of Shelly's and their own pasts while attempting to make sense of her tragic and premature end.
What I have to say:
I was hoping it would be bad in an awesome way.
It was just bad in a bad way.
Seriously, wow. I didn't know a book could be this bad. And when I say bad, I mean bad in every way imaginable.
OK, before I get ahead of myself, let me list the things I liked about the book.
The main character was OK, I guess.
Sometimes the voice was all right.
The font on the back cover was cool.