3 Gentle, easy readMiaBomBia | 25/05/2013 | See all MiaBomBia's reviews (28)A gentle read about the devastation of losing, finding and understanding.We follow Kite as she tries to come to terms with the suicide of her best friend Dawn. Going through the stages of grieving, there is plenty of what if and why for Kite to think about.I was first introduce to Sita Brahmachari with Artichoke Hearts, however I didnt actually finish the book because I wasnt fond of her way of writing as it was quite childish and I couldnt engage well with the story. Having said that in this book Brahmachari guides the reader through the delicate process of losing someone, using delicate wording to convey different meanings effectively. I really enjoyed the meaning of the owls, along with many hidden meanings that are there to help keep Dawn alive in spirit and for Kite to cling on to some kind of reality.A gentle, delicate and easy read. Covering such a sad subject is hard to understand but Brahmachari has tackled it well. Not the best book in the world, but good in its own way.