I love Kim Karr..I appreciate the way she can tell a story and completely immerse you in what the character is feeling and experiencing in that moment. She is descriptive, and composes a story like a musician would a song. You feel everything in the words.
The 27 Club was a different kind of story, not only a love story but a how to live without fear of dying tale as well. Zoey is scared that her destiny has already been written and in that, she should not get too close to anyone or anything. These fears are her chains, they hold her back from living a life fully. Until Nate. One look, one touch and these two know they have to at least play along with the fate that has been laid before them.
Unraveling her brothers life and how he lived before his untimely death, leads Zoey to find her own. This was a beautiful tale of love, life, friendships and forgiveness. It was hard for me to get into, but once I did I enjoyed the ride.