"Unavoidably inspiring." (Kirkus Reviews)
For years, Clair has wanted to end her life.
To her, death seems like a rational solution to her problems. Clair is convinced there are no rainbows in the sky and certain the greener grass does not exist on the other side.
With many suicide attempts and as many failures, Clair feels she is once again at the end of the rope. And this time, it is shorter than ever before.
Many have suffered the loss of a loved one, friend, or acquaintance to suicide, often without warning. All too often, drugs, alcohol, and sexual abuse play a vital role.
This story is about all three.