Told from three diverse points of view, this story of life and love after loss is one Angie Thomas, author of The Hate U Give, calls a "stunning, heart-wrenching look at grief that will stay with you long after you put it down."
For the first time ever, I feel grateful for how many selfies you took, and I feel bad that I always teased you about being conceited. If I didn’t have hundreds of digital squares with you in them, I’m not sure how I’d remember to breathe.
I liked the way he tried so hard to fix everything: leaky faucets, hurt feelings, his math grade. But I don’t think I knew that I liked him, at least not for sure, until he kissed me the first time.
It’s weird to find out that Sasha had secrets, even from Mom— even from me. But as I look in the rearview mirror at Callie, who’s twisting her brown hair around her finger and looking through the window, I think maybe there are unknown parts of everyone. We’re all so much more than we seem.
⭐️ “The self- and life-defining nature of grief and loss captured so well by authors such as John Green is explored here with humor, intelligence, and grace.”
—School & Library Journal, Starred Review
“A gut-wrenching tear-jerker that teens are sure to love. ”
“An ambitious debut from a writer to watch.”
“Lucid and deeply satisfying.”
“An emotional, must-read story.”
“Wrenching, heartfelt, and vividly human.”
—Becky Albertalli, New York Times bestselling author of Simon Vs. the Homo-Sapien Agenda
“Burns warm and bright with the fires of loss, love, and longing and hums with poetry and song.”
—Jeff Zentner, Morris Award-winning author of The Serpent King
“This book hurts so good.”
—Julie Murphy, New York Times bestselling author of Ramona Blue and Dumplin’
“Be prepared to be broken, be prepared to feel whole again.”
—Angie Thomas, New York Times bestselling author of The Hate U Give
“Haunting and powerful. ”
—Dhonielle Clayton, author of The Belles series and co-author of the Tiny Pretty Things series