"We think of happiness as something we can take. But usually it comes from being content with what we have, and accepting ourselves."
I cried. Not like big tears or sobbing, but at one point I was reading and realize there was a single tear streaming down my face.
This book began as a YA book then somewhere towards the middle/end it kinda felt like something darker, older, more mature..
I can't say too much with out giving away the many surprises in the book. my after thoughts are gonna have to be in a spoiler: