Love, Aubrey is about a girl, Aubrey, and her life after she is left all alone by her mother, after she has been in a awful accident.
Gram (her Grandmother) comes to see how they are both going and finds Aubrey all alone, so she takes her to live at her house in Vermont.
From then on Aubrey is left trying to work out what has happened in her life, why her mother left her all alone, what could've happened and all the while she is trying to get on with her life like normal; sometimes it's hard to move on when you don't understand everything that's happening though.
What I thought:
I got this book a few years ago as a proof copy to review for a local bookshop and after reading the first few pages I couldn't go on to another book until I had finished it.
It has such a real sense to it, such a raw truth about life and how it effects people.
It made me want to cry at some bits, and at others I felt like I could smile all day.
After I finished it I went back and read some bits of it again, I wished it could go on forever!