If you are into punk fashion, music, foul language, and strange love, this is the book for you. Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist is a slower paced book going back and forth from one perspective to another. It takes place in the not so great streets of New York. Nick and Norah meet in a club when they are both trying to ignore the same person by making out with each other, but they don’t have any clue who the other is. Although there was a lot of great description, it seemed like the whole book was just a review of the previous chapter from another’s eyes. I would have been more interested in this book if it ran through more smoothly rather than going through the same information twice. I would only recommend this to someone who can focus on something without getting side-tracked. Other than the slowness of the story, I enjoyed it.