What We Lose is hauntingly good. After experiencing grief myself, I highly identify with Thandie, our protagonist. Grief can be such a perilous emotion, and we readers get to see how Thandie remembers her mother and reflect on what she learns about life, death, and herself after such an important loss. Hence the title. Writing this review took me longer than ever because I felt this novel deeply. I cannot articulate accurately my feelings and thoughts about this book, which is why this is so short. But, I can emphatically say this: You should read this novel. Now. Seriously.
I received this book from NetGalley to read and review.