I don’t think they highlighted the “tragic” part of the story enough. If you are suffering from mental illness (depression, anxiety, …) be warned, this book might be a trigger (suicide, mental illness). My sister recommended it to me, she had read the first few pages and liked it and - to ease both her mind - she read the ending and [SPOILER ALERT] our heroine is still alive on the last page. Actually, my sister told me it had a “good ending”. This, however, did not stop me from crying my eyes out the whole last third of the book. Also, Clementine has a cat and she is trying to find a good home for it (because she loves the cat). That was actually the part of the story that completely crushed me. I cannot take cat-stories unless they are 100% fluffy and happy. This all sounds like I did not like the book but I did. I really did. It was great. But I am not sure when or if I will read the book again because I am scared it would trigger my anxiety. If you have no such problems, I whole-heartedly recommend you read it.
What this book is: a story about mental illness, suicide and the good in life
What this book is not: light and fluffy