This sure was a fun one to see. The Publishers Weekly review, in part:

“In 10 impeccably crafted profiles, Barton (The Day-Glo Brothers) shares the stories of individuals–many just teenagers–who adopted false identities for amusement, profit, or survival. … The use of second-person narration is very effective, allowing readers to assume the identities of each individual. Barton’s prose captures the daring, ingenuity, and quick thinking required of each imposter.”

You can read the rest here.