This is a need-to-hug-this-book selection for me, just as much as Cerulean Sea, although they‘re very different books. It grapples with grief & loss and coming to terms with death through an initially very unlikable character. It's sad & sweet and goes a bit idealistic deus-ex-machina in the end, but overall it beautifully explores an interestingly-imagined afterlife.
Catching up on much-belated reviews today… I finished this one in November. 😳