Lexie is super smart and didn't fully know it until recently. Her parents knew she had extraordinary intelligence. For Reasons, they gave her medication to damper her brain synapses and to attempt to give her a normal life.
I felt for Lexie. She had every right to be angry. It was frustrating, when confronted, her parents could have come completely or even mostly clean. But they didn't. They gave minimal information when asked. It took Lexie, asking multiple times throughout the course of this book, to fully get the story.
This was decent. Held my interest. Interesting concept and technology. I didn't care for the teenage angst and drama. I think this would have worked better if this hadn't been a YA.