Heartbreaking is one way to describe it.
I lost my best friend suddenly in a plane crash ten years ago, I was 19 years old. This book echos so much of the deep pain I felt from losing her when she was so young.
The pain is portrayed so elegantly and delicately, like teenage feelings often are.
Mixed in with the story is the Ghost of Jun through his letters, when they were pen pals. He was in so much pain thinking he could have prevented this, or dealt with the loss better knowing there was nothing he could have done.
Now in the aftermath he sees where he can help, by finding the closure he desperately needs, regardless of if his family will support or not.