Simply writing about it without giving away too much gives me the chills. Told in a little boy's point of view adds to the innocence and sincerity that Estes would like to convey. The prose is relatable and one can't help it but feel the emotions running though the entire family.
Saying nothing more, if you want to relate to the feels this book gave me, I would highly recommend that you read it.
- Bob Ong's MACARTHUR - Ong surprised me with this funny, yet emotional depiction of the lives of friends in the slums.
- Erich Segal's Love Story - Love's a hoe and death a big bastard hoarder.
- Neil Gaiman's The Graveyard Book - growing up is a trap.