I hardly ever read memoirs so this book is a little bit different of a genre compared to what I normally read, but I like it. Because it is a memoir, it is told in first person, and a lot more connections are easier to make with the author because she really expresses her thoughts and feelings. I have also never read a book about depression so it is a little morbid at points and makes you, as the reader, slightly depressed. On the other hand, it also makes me realize how truly thankful I really am as a person because of all the problems my author has. The style is not any different than any other writer besides the fact that Elizabeth uses a lot of cliches and modern slang in her writing.