The Sky is Everywhere, by Jandy Nelson

Bailey's sudden death has left her family reeling, especially her younger sister, Lennie. Without Bailey beside her, Lennie feels like she has lost her identity. How can Lennie deal with her overwhelming pain? How can she ever feel happy again without feeling guilty? Most importantly how can she reconcile her feelings for a new boy with the fact that she keeps making out with her dead sister's boyfriend?!

Good for: Anyone who's not already completely sick of all the teen books about death I've been reviewing! But seriously, this book was great and you should read it. It had me both laughing and crying, but not in a manipulative way. All the emotions felt natural and authentic.


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