Since this book has not been released yet, I don’t want to give too much of it away, but there was one part in it where she addressed the reader personally through the use of the second person. Normally I do not like when anyone uses “you” in a book (unless they do a great job of it) but I felt like Nora was talking to me directly. THAT is how good her writing is. She talked about how death can define a person because sometimes there is no way of getting over that loss, but it does not have to define the entirety of their life. She talked about how there is no way of moving on, but there is a way to move forward. She talked about pity and grief and emotions. She talked about everything.
There is no way to cure another person who is going through grief, but you can always be there to listen. You can listen to their stories, you can listen to how they are feeling- just listen. I learned that from Nora.
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Release Date: April 30th, 2019