Mark Santos is overwhelmed by grief and guilt after his twin sister Grace’s accidental death. The seventeen-year-old is convinced by Graces’s best friend Hannah to finish Grace’s “bucket list” from her journal. I really liked this book. I liked how you can feel Mark's grief and how he's handling it. It’s a sad book because Mark is overcome by grief and he tries to handle himself. I think I would like to read another book by the same author. It was written well and you can feel what the character is going through. The main characters in the novel are well developed and the events are realistic, given the fact that this is a contemporary novel.
- @AquafinaAstro of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library
Book that doesn't seem to give much emotion other than anger. It's nice, but Mark's animosity gets annoying after a while. Overall it was an enjoyable read
such a beautiful book. not perfect, but beautiful.
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