This book, although it did not take long to read, is probably one of the best books I have ever read. It conveys with great clarity the problems of teenage life, which get steadily worse for Megan from when she finds out that she is pregnant. From there onwards, Megan faces sneering boys, an angry mother, exclusion from school, and being sent packing from home because her mum did not want her around, as she thought it shameful to be an unmarried mother. Most of the story is centered around difficult family, and the constant pressure that Megan is under to decide whether to keep her baby when it is born, or to have it adopted. I thoroughly enjoyed 'Megan', and the two sequels to it.