Devon’s actions might seem a little crazy. He has to eat food in groups of four,(four peas, four M&Ms, sandwiches cut into four pieces) or he fears something terrible will happen. He won’t sit down in his psychiatrist’s office chair, because he can’t stop thinking about all the other bottoms that have sat there. A poster in his Science class is crooked, and he can’t stop thinking about wanting to straighten it. But Devon is not crazy; he has obsessive compulsive disorder.
This book is told in Devon’s quirky, lovable voice. Read it for an inside look at the life of an obsessive compulsive, as well as a good high school story.