Molly has always been something of a neat freak, but ever since her mother left the family and went to Canada for a year to work things have gotten worse. There is more hand washing, more straightening, more rechecking, and then there is the counting. Molly knows something is wrong but doesn't know who to tell. Meanwhile, there are other stresses - issues with her best friend, disagreements with her sister, the poetry slam. Can Molly get the help she needs in her quest to find the perfect?
Well done story. I like that there are more books lately dealing with mental illnesses.