“Packed with realistically emo adolescent pain, Jack and Jill’s journey of self-discovery is funny, heartwarming and just a little bit smutty. It won’t make sense without Cycler (2008), but it’s well worth the effort of reading both.”
Kirkus Reviews

“There’s plenty of YA literature that treats sexuality as a problem to structure a morality play, but McLaughlin transcends cliche, and delivers instead a book that is sexy, smart, surprising and fun, without skimping on the hard emotional stuff”

“a fresh story about the complexities of dating, friendship and becoming an adult when you have a tiny problem of being two different people.”
MTV’s Hollywood Crush

“hilarious and clever.”
Book Chic