Losing her best friend,
, who has returned to her native,
was not easy either. H deals with Clawdia coming to terms with all these happening in her life. Instead of bitterness, she grows and matures beyond her years. She asks questions that all adults ask in this process of life-many of wich have no answers.
This book was a hard read, not because the story or writing was bad, but because it was in a journal format. H is worth reading, but the reader must be willing to invest in it to discover the hidden gem that it truly is.
Nathalie Baez poured her heart out and fulfilled her commitment to her friend, Helena, the H of the book. The story itself was good, and Miss Baez captured in her unique way the events that transpired over the period being covered.