(Out in the uk 11th July)
Ive just finished Reading this amazing book by Emma Smith-Barton that Lois sent to me. Its a definite ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
As a Debut author this was an amazing, heart wrenching novel that showed the difficulties of grief and how it effects every aspect of life.
The Mental health representation was what hit home most for me as it was emotional and sad, but also uplifting in showing that things aren’t always as bad as they seem and theres always someone you can talk too.
I loved how the story developed especially the friendships between Neena , Raheela and Fi, Neena’s relationship with Josh . As well as Neena’s Journey of grief and acceptance within her religion, school and her family life.
This is a definite must read and I cant wait to meet Emma at YALC this year.
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