Only God knows the number of days he has ordained for each of us, so when seventeen yr old Hannah dies unexpectedly in a car accident on New Years Eve, her whole family falls apart.
Middle sister Kiera finds Hannah’s diary hidden in her room, so she secretly “steals” it to read. Thus begins a discovery process for her about her “perfect” sister. As her family comes unglued right under her nose, she hides and begins reading Hannah’s thoughts. There’s so much she didn’t know and realize about her dead sister. Kiera regrets that Hannah, gone too soon, will never be there for them to become closer.
There was so much emotion displayed within the pages and I found myself wiping away tears along with the characters. How do they mend a broken family? Each one blames themselves for Hannah’s death through different circumstances. The diary plays an important part of the healing process as they learn what important things Hannah wanted each one of them to learn and begin mending their relationships from within. I was fully engaged in this story and read through it in less than a day. It was so moving and real for I too have experienced young death within my own family.
I received a complimentary copy of this ebook from the publisher through Celebrate Lit but was not required to write a review positive or otherwise.