Caitlin is getting by, working in a trendy restaurant, drinking more than she should, avoiding her best mate and her family, and attending a support group for people who have an obsession with death. She thinks things are fine, but as circumstances and relationships change around her, she’s forced to face her reality.
I loved this book so very much. It’s funny but also deeply serious, and it gave me a few really good cries (I love a good cry brought on by a book). The characters are deeply believable and as a reader, you hope for the best for Caitlin, but fear the worst.