Review: Definitions of Indefinable Things by Whitney Taylor is a modern twist on the classic teen romance novel. The book features two complex teens, Reggie and Snake, each struggling with depression. When they meet each other, their pain dissolves and they begin to feel and live like normal people. After spending some time together, the two develop a romantic relationship, which is tested when Reggie, the main female protagonist, discovers that Snake, her almost boyfriend, has a girlfriend, who is pregnant with his child. Overall, the novel shows how one should expect the one expected and details the vulnerability of being human. I found this book to be very entertaining, as well as raw and real, which is rare to find in a book from this genre. I believe other young adults will relate to this novel and enjoy it, perhaps as much as I did. It definitely spreads an optimistic message and conveys the idea that there is light at the end of the tunnel. I truly enjoyed this novel.