Sophie Price is your typical daughter of wealthy parents, who couldn't care less for her. Parties, alcohol, drugs, sex are Sophie's everyday. The first 15% of the book goes exactly as you think it goes. Sophie wanders from trouble to trouble and she doesn't really care. She doesn't care if she is vain, she doesn't care that everyone thinks she is easy, she only cares that everyone finds her sexy and that she doesn't get caught doing drugs, because if she does, she will go to prison.Which is exactly what happens. She is caught. And then everything you thought about this book is wrong. The story takes entirely different lead, the lead you couldn't possibly expect.And then you think you should punish yourself the same way, because you are blind and you think only about yourself. Because people never think about others, we only cares for suffering of our friends and family, but when someone else is suffering, we couldn't care less. This is what kind of hypocrites we are. All of us."The shortest distance between two points is the line from me to you."