Things I'm Seeing Without You
Seventeen-year-old Tess talks to Jonah every day; through texts, tweets and emails.
So when she discovers Jonah has committed suicide, her world implodes. Feeling heartbroken and traumatized Tess unexpectedly finds herself at her estranged father’s house, wondering how well she really knew Jonah. Now, having dropped out of high school, struggling with questions about life and loss, Tess and her father come together to try and find the answers.
A tragic tale of love, loss and life; perfect for readers still reeling from books such as All the Bright Places, 13 Reasons Why and The Fault in our Stars.
Peter Bognanni is a graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. His debut novel, The House of Tomorrow, won the LA Times award for first fiction and the ALA Alex Award and has been adapted into a feature film. He teaches creative writing at Macalester College in Saint Paul, Minnesota.