I found You Don't Know Me to be very appealing, but only if you like books about finding yourself and if you have read Huckleberry Finn, because that is what this book is all about. Billy has lived with his mother all his life, being raised to love Jesus and worship His every word, even if it means protesting outside of abortion clinics and cutting the heads off of Elmos in Toys R Us. But one day that all changes when his father sends him a letter that explains that he has died, and that he needs Billy to find the bad book, a book that is a sequel to Mark Twain's Huckleberry Finn. So he sends him on a scavenger hunt all over the US to find it, but on the way Billy finds something else - his own voice about the world. I really enjoyed this book and would recommend it to people who like realistic fiction.