Jul 13, 10
Read from July 06 to 13, 2010
The best part about this book is the characters. Bass creates them so vividly that it feels like they could jump off the page, grab you by the hand, and take you into their world. That, paired with the fact that the book is titled "Miss You Most of All," practically ensures a tear-filled ending. Which it definitely was for me. But there's a good mix of humor, a little romance, and even a little suspence before the tears hit, so it's worth it. The only reason I'm not giving it 5 stars is because it was a long, slow read, which I'm not a big fan of. Otherwise, a wonderful book.