If this book isn't awe-inspiring and utterly motivational, then what is? At spontaneous moments, I was laughing out loud, shedding a tear or gasping in shock. This novel truly is a memorable one, and has changed the way I look at unfortunate deaths and people who deal with them. Throughout this book, I gained an interesting perspective of how integrating a lost loved one into the way we go about our daily lives is the most important important thing we can do to move on, and it was truly reflected in Juniper's daily searches, thought processes and schoolwork.
I particularly enjoyed the way she was always holding her sister close, and seemed to get even closer to her through the memories she left behind, and people she knew.
The characters were a fantastic variety that allowed me to build up an image of them in real life. Throughout the novel, I swiftly managed to imagine each person and what type of personality they would acquire based on the words on the page. Not only could I visualise the people involved, but I was also struck with an envision of this book turning into a hit film! Unfortunately, I don't have the power to do so, or I definitely would have converted many creative and inspiring books into movies by now. Instead, that idea is one for the author and film producers to bear in mind!
Im so glad books like this exist in the world, because for people like me, we can absorb the heart and sould put into each book and imagine as if we're leaving in these realms while reading along. I rate this book 4 STARS (Check out the '4 Star Books' page under 'Books' to get an image on the book, the blurb and where to buy the book - click on the image!)