Hmm...I'm not really 100% sure what the point was. Was the book about art, forgiveness, guilt or death? I have no clue. It was almost too short for it to have a message. I mean I liked it enough, but it was mostly just okay.
Kate to me was a sap. She let her "father" walk all over her when he was nothing to her. He left her and her mom to fend for themselves and the fact that she so easily took over the role of caretaker kind of infuriated me. I just can't get behind that and it left me feeling cold. I also didn't like the relationship between Kate and Thomas. He was so wishy washy.
Basically this book just didn't do it for me.