Year: 1999 Source: Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, v.29, no.2, (Summer 1999), p.194-195 SIEC No: 19990247

In this article, Dr. Fyrberg reviews the work of Victoria Alexander who’s novel is written about the different stages of the bereavement process that families go through after the suicide of a loved one. Fyrberg describes the book as “beautifully written” and “a moving account of the universal process of bereavment. Fyrberg does not provide a chapter by chapter review, however he encourages the reader to “travel” through each stage of the grieving process as the novel was designed to be read.