by Darin Strauss
As part of the Amazon Vine program I was given, free, this book to review. This review is my unbiased opinion on the book.
I found this book to be very intense. I couldn't read it at bedtime for it gave me nightmares.
The author relates how as a teenager he killed a cyclist while driving. As he moves through the grief process we see an intimate look into the guilt and grief someone in his situation experiences.
I appreciated his honesty in that he realized that he DID live, and that the family and friends of the girl who died are experiencing a completely different kind of grief than he is.
I also learned about "Complicated Grief Disorder".