How to talk to a widower by Jonathan Tropper.
Now that I think about it, this a “makes me sad” book too. But it’s only on certain parts, so I’m taking this one here.
I don’t know if I’m getting the title of the challenge ok, but under my point of view this book was underrated by others and I actually loved it. I found it on the book fair and it was SO cheap that it was a crime not to buy it. There were tons of it, and no one looked at it. I only bought it out of luck. And then I read it and wow. It was touching, moving, and generally genius. I got several quotes from it and it was one of those books which change your point of view under some aspects of life. Anyway, I think it was really underrated here in Spain and it’s a really good book.