*I received a free copy of this book courtesy of Goodreads and Michael Bowe in exchange of an honest review*
This book truly is a journey, starting when the 4 main characters are just starting their Freshman year of college and spanning into their 30's. At times I wondered where this story was going, but there really was no useless information, because everything builds to the grand finale.
I didn't see the ending coming and would have never expected at the beginning of this book that it would end where it did. I feel like this is the type of book that can be re-read over and over again because I know there are details that I missed the first time that will make the story richer with each re-read.
I'm also so excited that I was lucky enough to get an autographed proof copy. This will be one that I will hold onto and cherish in my collection.
I think I could really feel for Pete in the end because of my own recent loss of a best friend. She made choices that I couldn't look the other way and remain her friend. Like Pete, I feel the loss of this friendship everyday and I'm still trying to find my identity and who I am without this person in my life. Sometimes I feel like it would be easier if I'd never met this person, but I think Pete would agree, that the good memories of how things used to be are worth it all ending in disaster.