I enjoyed this book as a quick, breezy tale told with a quirky taste of humor and sarcastic sense of irony. While there wasn't too much depth or emotion, I still thought it was an original tale worthy of praise.
The one thing I didn't like: the main character. She came across as a bit of a selfish brat, especially when she decided to send a completely innocent human back into certain doom without much of a second thought. I don't know-just didn't endear me to her too much. I liked the other characters, especially her food-obsessed Sicilian mother and soap-opera fanatic father.
The cover, on the other hand-LOOOOVE it!