Do you know what it's like to be pretty, popular, rich, and a spoiled only child? If so, you and Margot Button are nothing alike. Mission (Un)Popular by Anna Humphrey is a realistic fiction book with a lot of spunk and sass. This book takes place in Early 2000's Canada. Margot Button is the protagonist, and Sarah J. , a mean girl with all the power of the school, is the antagonist. One major conflict that occurs is Margot's lifelong friend, Erika, moving to a different school. Another is Margot being bullied by Sarah J. A turning point is when Margot begins to go along with her new friend, Em's lies about how Margot models with her. This leads to some lousy words said about Margot and Em, including a few nasty rumors that they are dating. I liked this book because it was pretty relatable, but not too relatable. I also liked the sadder, or darker point of view. I however did not like the younger point of view, I enjoy a more mature point of view, but that's just my opinion. Overall, I would rate this book a 6.5 and recommend it greatly.