My book review as a reader, not an analyst
This is a beautifully written book. There were so many amazing quotes that I read over and over again before moving on to the next line. I liked the way it was written, chronologically, as well. The flashbacks to tell pieces of Lora’s past fit seamlessly into the present and the transitions were nice. Lora was very relatable. I liked seeing her day-to-day routine; I felt like this made me get to know her well. This book is a little heartbreaking though. It has great representation for depression and suicide, but this means there are quite a few emotional scenes. This is a fairly quick read, as long as the emotional parts aren’t too tolling on you. I really enjoyed this book, and I would definitely recommend reading it.