If you're a teenager reading this review, then you probably don't remember what it's like not to have a cell phone, or constant access to a computer, an MP3 player and the Internet in any of its countless forms. But chances are your parents do, even if those days might seem like the Dark Ages now. As Carolyn Mackler and Jay Asher remind us, such daily habits as listening to your playlists on Pandora, getting the weather from your phone, or (gasp!) updating your status on Facebook were unimaginable not that long ago.
"...a cracking good love sto