This was different than I imagined it to be, but not in a bad way. I actually really enjoyed it, despite at first being put off (as usual) with the grammar chosen by the author.
At first I had a hard time understanding Arthur's circumstances, and much preferred reading Kel's parts of the book. But it all came full circle in a heartbreaking way, and I felt for both of them.
The synopsis on the cover sortof lies about what the book is about, but because it is such a sad, sweet story, I will forgive that, and enjoy it for what it really was.