My name is Amanda. I’m 18. When you look at me, you might see that I’m pretty and popular; you might think my life is easy. But being me has never been easy. Because I haven’t always been Amanda. When I was born, I was named Andrew. Now, at my new school, I finally feel like myself. But do I owe my new friends the truth about my past? Based on the author’s own experience, this is an honest and deeply moving look at what it means to be different in high school. Amanda is a heroine that every girl can relate to and who everyone will be rooting for.