I recently just finished the book See You at Harry's by Jo Knowles. The book starts off with Fern being annoyed with her dad's crazy ideas and little brother, Charlie, always nagging her. Until, one day Charlie hit his head too hard and died from something in his brain being damaged. Fern and her family were devastated and it took them a while to finally get back into reality after Charlie's death. I think the book was fantastic and I really enjoyed the unexpected turns the book took because it left me in the edge of my chair. Although, I would have included more about how Charlie died because it seemed unclear to me. The book is considered realistic fiction because Charlie's death and Fern's relationship with her family could very well happen, but the story was not based on a real family. Someone that would enjoy this book is someone who likes emotional books and sad stories because it leaves you in tears over Charlie's death. The book is emotional because Holden faces internal conflict when he is scared to admit his sexuality to his family and what they will think about it. Another external conflict is when Holden gets bullied for being gay and he has to stand up against society for himself. Overall, See You at Harry's is a great book that is now my new favorite.