BOOK: The A to Z of You and Me
AUTHOR: James Hannah
I actually read this book a few years ago, but for some reason the review never posted. So I am redoing it now.
This book was a tad too heavy for me. I prefer books that are fun and breezy or suspenseful. That being said it is beautifully written with amazing hindsight about chances missed. I appreciated the connections with the characters and the revelations on the life lived.
Short Synopsis (from Goodreads):
He has all kinds of everyday joy in his life -- he's young, he's in love, he has friends who promise to stand by him if life ever goes wrong.
Then one day, life does go wrong.
He makes a mistake, and it's big and unforgiveable. Now time is running out, and his life is falling apart. But he's going to put it back together again. His own way.
This is a story about how far love must stretch to gather a life in pieces -- and about how a strong friendship never dies.
I received this book for review purposes from NetGalley. ⠀