I'd gotten into this series after reading the first three books a few months ago, and finally got around to the fourth one today. What did I think? Well, as is usual for Melody Carlson's "True Colors" series, it was a well-written Christian novel from the perspective of a teenager. It does a very good job of showing the aftermath of suicide. However, because of its subject material, it is also a bit depressing to read, even for someone who's never lost a loved one to suicide. I wouldn't call it a fun read, but it was definitely eye-opening.