I liked Jamison and his family. I liked the progression of dealing with their guilt. I thought the story was kind of slow though. I could tell which characters J was going to have interaction with but I felt like it took a while to get through the story. I liked the photography and how that shaped him and helped him deal with his grief. I liked the family dynamics also. I really did like this book and it's look into grief and dealing with loss. I liked the friendships and the relationships also. I just felt like the whole book moved kind of slowly. This was one I would read sections of and come back to, it wasn't one to really read all in one sitting.
Thanks NetGalley and the Publisher for this ARC!
Thank you, Delacorte Press, for allowing me to read The 9:09 Project early!
I requested this title only because of its premise, but I'm definitely happy I did request it. I really loved how the novel delves into grief and all its nuances, coping mechanisms, healing and the discovery of the self.