I didn't care for this one and didn't finish. To me it seemed very predictable both in the characters themselves and in the ways they behaved.
This is a beautiful story about grief. Elegantly written and heart-wrenching, this is an emotionally-gripping unique tale of grief. This is a great drama told in exquisite detail, and it will make you cry – or at least tear up a little. The novel begins with the devastating death of two newlyweds, and follows the aftermath of the families involved. Ayelet Waldman really understands grief, and that although suffering is just that – suffering ¬– it is essential to appreciating the true beauty of life. If you want a sad novel that will make you feel just for a second that there is a way to find peace in the universe, this novel does that pretty well. - @FalcoLombardi of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library
Started out a bit depressing, especially since I started reading it 3 days before my wedding (you'll understand that if you read it), but I ended up really enjoying it. It is a great book about how people deal with grief in different ways, and there is not necessarily a right or wrong way.
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