I could never get into the Weetzie Bat books (the cutesiness, the names, the oh-so-fabulousness thing), but as far as I can tell, I suspect this book is trying to be another Weetzie Bat. The characters have names like Anooshka Stargirl (our teenage narrator) and Zoetrope Zallulah Moon (her older sister), and they tool around the city having the fabulous life and get into clubs while not being legal and oh, isn't it fabulous? Which at the same time is contrasted with Anooshka's crap home life with her batshit crazy/kind of abusive mother.
Anyway, the sisters meet Orpheus, a famous musician that Moon has a crush on, and after going home and reading his blog, Anooshka gets one too, thinks they have a psychic connection, and goes off with Moon to Orpheus's nightclub, where she meets him a few times, wooing and soulmatey-ness ensues. Then reality ensues. Sigh.
It's a very quick read, which is probably good. I don't know what to make of it--in some ways it feels like reading Something Like Fate, except with uberfabulousness thrown in, followed by reality. I think it just doesn't work because (a) we start out in this really unreal world Anooshka seems to live in, and then (b) suddenly reality kicks in. The two tones don't match at all, and I just don't know how seriously I should be taking this world. If you're gonna go with the fantasy, go with the fantasy. If you're gonna go with "I'll Never Stop Loving You, Tommy Toledo," then make it less fantasy from the start. The whole thing just felt off to me.