very good, I read it in a day.This is a well written book about death that makes the reader appreciate life.From the prologue Berg begins pointing out the little things that make this life worth living.
A very sweet love story. It makes you realize that you had it all wrong in high school. Make sure you have tissues handy!
Classic Berg. A thoughtful look at those who are not a part of the "in" crowd in high school, and how they feel even into adulthood.
I really enjoyed this story. I loved her perspective (as a nurse) and despite the sad subject matter, I found it to be a wonderful story. I usually avoid "sad" books but this was a winner.
I love this author, and once again, she does not disappoint. This was a poignant book of those who somehow feel left out of things when younger in school and always in life. It shows how one perceives themselves and the way other people see us. A great story that teaches us that things are not always as they seem. Sad, but beautiful. GinaK