I confess that when I started this, I expected it to be kind of average, and even after I had read for a bit, I wasn’t convinced this book was even going to be for me. But it took me by surprise and had unexpected layers and depth.
Honestly, the title and the cover don’t really go with the feel of the book for me at all, which I think is what led me astray. There’s some surprising messages and takeaways from this one that have to do with friendships, grief, and love, though not the romantic kind.
I’m really happy I finally read this one, as it was an interesting journey with complex characters.
Book 17 read in 2018