I did like the book. It was a 4 out of 5 star read for me. I generally enjoy books about complex family dynamics. The AIDS epidemic isn’t something I’ve read about in fiction much, so it was a unique subject matter. It was also nostalgic (I was similar age to June in the late 80s, and grew up in a NYC suburb) and emotional (I cried a couple of times). I thought the book was well-written. At times, June was a frustrating character to me, and I think I wanted a tiny but more resolution from the ending, which is why it’s not a 5 star book for me. But it’s definitely a book I enjoyed reading.