I’m actually surprised at how much I enjoyed this book. The synopsis was really vague, but it peeked my interests so I gave it a try.
Stories about after death are for some reason a favorite of mine. Tamar had a great voice. Some people hide the part of grief where you are mad at the dead. But Tamar embraced that, and I felt more connected to her because of it. Everyone must go through the different stages of grief to finally feel somewhat normal.
I loved her parents. And I loved Roy and how he perceived Tamar.
There wasn’t much of a storyline, but it just made it easier to breeze through this book. Not that this book is in anyway light, but I just wanted to stay with Tamar, her parents, and Roy a littler longer. Just to make sure they were going to be okay.