"When we are in love, we are completely in danger and completely saved." .
Laurel's English teacher sets her in class an assignment to write a letter to any dead person. Laurel gives it a shot but ends up writing tons of letters but never turning in the assignment to her teacher. Instead, she unravels her tale to around 10 dead people, including Kurt Cobain, Amy Winehouse and so many other people.
Each chapter is written as a letter to another person. Really, its another one of the book which is special in its own way. It's a lot more than a bunch of letters, though. Each letter tells a story, but it is several stories all combine. Really, just go read it.
I have no negatives about this book. It makes you go slightly down at points because it reaches into you and pulls at your emotions, so if you like happy-go-lucky books, this might not be for you. But if you can handle some tea jerking bits in books then this book should be on your 'to be read' list.
QOTD: Do you like to read YA? What's your favorite YA book?