Jun 24, 11
Read in June, 2011
I picked up this book because of my niece Zoe. When I read the cover flap I was scared to read it in case it was awful or in case i would alway think of it when I saw Zoe, but I'm glad I read it. The last few chapters had me crying in the library.
It deals with a teenager who lost her baby sister on September 11, 2001, though not in New York or on an airplane or in DC. The parts referencing that are particularly poignant. Really beautifully written. The four stars are for the last passage of the novel that sums up perfectly the feelings of loss and moving on.