I've been sliding back into a bit of reading slump, so I browsed through my Kindle books for something short and sweet that I enjoyed the first time around. This is what I ended up with.
This book's a pretty warm and fuzzy one, with very real characters and a lovely sense of family. It perfectly portrays the selfishness of youth even in the "good kids", it shows how hard it is to risk getting hurt, how easy it is to settle for "okay" when achieving "amazing" would mean risking getting burned.
All in all, this book is pretty lovely, if not the literary masterpiece of the decade.