A good friend will bury your body, a best friend will dig you back up.
Dino doesn’t mind spending time with the dead. His parents own a funeral home, and death is literally the family business. He’s just not used to them talking back. Until Dino’s ex-best friend July dies suddenly—and then comes back to life. Except not exactly. Somehow July is not quite alive, and not quite dead.
As Dino and July attempt to figure out what’s happening, they must also confront why and how their friendship ended so badly, and what they have left to understand about themselves, each other, and all those grand mysteries of life.
As we must be used to it now, the author has a way with words and creating characters.The friendship between Dino and July became an instant favorite.
10/10 – It was interesting, funny and sad.
Need anything else?
10/10 – They weren’t perfect, they made mistakes, which is very important to me.
I don’t want to read about perfect characters because there are no perfect people.
The friendship between Dino and July is far from perfect, but strong as hell.
10/10 – I would have liked a little more if Dino and Rafi spent more time together, but this book wasn’t entirely about love, but that being said the author still did a great job at it.
10/10 – I don’t even have to say that it’s perfect, right?