I love the meaning and depth and rawness of this book. It has a similar feel to "13 Reasons Why" - which i still found I enjoyed more - and I love that. Definitely not a light-hearted story, full of a lot of emotion. The thing I found I loved about this story is the realism of it and how true it is to the topic - I like that the ending was not fairytale, as it was never going to be, and that it doesn't end with things being crystal clear, because how could suicide be crystal clear? Defs reccommend it for young adults.
Adelaide, South Australia