Logan, Shay, and Autumn are struggling. Each struck by the loss of someone they love, they’re unsure how to move forward. Music, the passion that once linked them, now brings back memories they’d rather forget. And they’ve turned to unhealthy coping mechanisms that leave them more and more alone. But while these characters seem buried by grief, they aren’t lost forever. As the story progresses, each comes to terms with the tragedy they’ve faced, building the courage to ask for help and slowly returning to music as an outlet for the hurt they feel.
This book’s shifting perspective offers engaging viewpoints from each main character, and cleverly incorporates humor despite the sad circumstances it describes. While the story was a bit slow at times, I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a story of beauty and love in the face of pain.