Enter Gretchen Kaufman Yee.
Collector of plastic Chinese food.
Art student.
Spider-man fanatic.
Gretchen’s in search of a big life. A superhero life.

Enter the Art Rats, a group of guys at her NYC art school.
They’re loud.  Sweet.  Annoying.  Confusing.

Gretchen can barely look at them, goes mute whenever they’re near.  Especially, Titus.  Delicious and smart. Absolutely on the radar.

Gretchen wishes she could be a fly on the wall of the boys’ locker room, just to see what these guys are like when they think no one’s watching.
And then… there she is.

A fly. On the wall of the locker room.

And nothing is what she thought.

I think this might be the best YA novel… I’ve ever read. It’s this crazy brilliant upending of all the sexual stereotypes we’ve ever had… It’s hilarious, and it’s so very smart.
— John Green, The Fault in Our Stars and Looking for Alaska
With an appropriate nod and a wink of Kafka, this unexpectedly sharp comedy charts its own metamorphosis.
— The Horn Book
Fast paced, hysterically funny, and a pleasure to read.
— TeenReads
The stylish text (rendered nearly multivocal by the periodic font changes) combined with Gretchen’s frank fascination with the oddity and then the humanity of the male body and psyche are a rare treat.
— The Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books