I’m not the biggest fan of these type of books by any means, but this crazy book that got my attention because of its beautiful cover, can really drag its reader inside its weird story at the beginning and really mess with its reader’s mind until the very end of the story. It tells a very sad story of a young murdered girl named Susie Salmon, her family that’s trying at first to cope with her disappearance and later with her murder, and her sick and twisted murderer, who’s of course gotten away with her murder, but is slowly getting discovered. So mainly, about her wonderful life before her murder and about her mysterious afterlife after her murder. It does sound interesting and very mysterious, but it drags on and on and on, and it does not stop for a very long time, which does not necessarily mean that the book is bad, or that the story is bad, but according to my humble opinion, it’s too heavy on the rich content. And because it’s too heavy on the rich content, its reader can quite quickly lose all the interest in the book's story, or in other words, after its anticlimactic ending, which did not surprise me at all as its reader, gives it a much lower rating, and rates it with three stars instead of five. So that’s where my three humble stars are coming from.