I’m sure my words won’t give this book enough credit because my thoughts were still incoherent after reading this book but trust me when I say this is such a good read because it helped me get through my postpartum phase and that’s saying a lot.
I love how it tackled so many meaningful themes about grief, solid friendships, trying something new. I love that the narrative is nerdy and relatable with abundant literature references. I love the natural development of the relationships in the story. Honestly, I just love everything about it. Soon, I’ll reread this and hopefully come up with a better review.
Just some of the wonderful excerpts from the book:
“Handing someone else the only set of keys to your happiness- it seemed like too much to part with, even for love.”
“In friendship, we are all debtors. We all owe each other for a thousand small kindnesses, for little moments of grace in the chaos.”
“With true friends, no one is keeping score. But it still feels good to repay them- even in the tiniest increments.”