When her town is devastated by a tornado, Jersey loses everything. As she struggles to overcome her grief, she's sent to live with relatives she hardly knows-family who might as well be strangers. In an unfamiliar place, can Jersey discover that even on the darkest of days, there are some things no tornado can destroy?
In this powerful and poignant novel, acclaimed author Jennifer Brown delivers a story of love, loss, hope, and survival.
I admit I was a bit conflicted about this one. I was sucked in straight away and the beginning was amazing (and scary!) but it kind of lost its way a bit in the middle for me. It really picked up again towards the end and I spent that section of the book wishing there had been more of it as I wanted to know what happened next.
I really like Jennifer Brown's writing style and characters. I loved the way Jersey remembered her sister and mother - you really felt the grief in those moments. Jersey really does have a rough time and I have to say really hated Ron!
Although not my favourite of her books - The Hate List still holds the top spot - this is still good and and worth checking out.