I greatly appreciated getting this book from bookish first.I was not sure about what I thought of this book when I first started reading, but once I got into it I enjoyed it. Cohen marah stumbles over his dad's body in the funeral home basement where his dad works and lives. He then starts having memories from the past come back to him from when he was younger. He also starts wondering if he had something to do with his dad's death by things done and not said. He goes threw a journey of figuring out what his roll is in the death of his father and finding his faith in god, and wanting to confess the things that were done and not said from his past.. I loved the family dinamic, and loved the sibling relationship between Cohen and Kaye.