I Heart You, You Haunt Me
By: Lisa Schroeder
This book was a great. Written entirely in poetry form, it quickly draws you into Ava's world as she deals with the death of her boyfriend. Even though this book didn't really delve deep into all that was happening, I think it was really effective in showing us how Ava felt as she struggles to move forward. I also liked that it was from Ava's perspective, so you really got a chance to feel what she was feeling, having lost her boyfriend and blaming herself. In the end you got a story about coming to terms with yourself, and finding happiness despite the sorrow. I really enjoyed it.