I just finished this advanced reader copy from the NCTE convention, so don't look for this book until May 2017. But DO look for this book May 2017!! I would absolutely recommend this YA book for a classroom library, because if you're a teacher, you will have a student who will need to read this. OK, on with the review. Sixteen-year-old Kai is just living life, enjoying time with her best friends JT and Emily and counting on her sister Jen to convince their parents to let her take a gap year in Europe. Then, on just a normal Tuesday, everything changes. Kai gets the mail to find three letters from her sister which spirals her into a place of loss and depression so profound that she doesn't think there's any way to recover. Her desperate parents finally send her off to a grief camp for a month, and Kai agrees to "give it a try." Although resistant, she finds four other broken souls in Ben, Cass, Jack and especially Graham, and the healing process begins. While it might seem simplistic, the journaling and activities that Kai experiences at camp (along with the growing relationship with Graham) convince her that life is worth living. Students experiencing loss may find some comfort and direction here as well. A really sweet first book from Turrisi.