Pasadena by Sherri L. Smith.Jude is going by her offended father on the East Coast when she gets the call about Maggie. They advise her she submitted suicide. That she was discovered gliding in her pool with a paunch loaded with medications. In any case, that just doesn’t bode well, on the grounds that everybody adored Maggie Kim’s vivacious and appealing mentality; she was a young lady who genuinely had everything to live for. Jude flies back home drenching herself in the secret encompass her passing, persuaded that it wasn’t suicide and that she’s going to find the individual genuinely in charge of her demise.
‘Maggie Kim was the sun in our universe. We as a whole circle her. Never the a different way. What’s more, now that she’s gone, we’re moving circles.’
Maggie was Jude’s closest companion, notwithstanding, once her nonattendance turns into all the more clear, she starts to perceive that Jude wasn’t as a matter of course Maggie’s closest companion. Her gathering of companions are a differing cluster that meet up to praise her life however conflict continually with each other. Maggie was the bond that connected everybody and now that she’s gone, there’s nothing left to keep the kinships from surviving. As Jude starts looking underneath the polished lacquer of Maggie Kim’s life, she begins to understand that there was an explanation behind it: to cover each one of those fine splits concealed just beneath the surface. All the startling insider facts gradually being revealed that Jude would have anticipated that a closest companion would trust to her. We’re as often as possible demonstrated flashbacks of time went through with Maggie, and with all the new learning she’s uncovered, Jude considers these experiences with her closest companion from an alternate perspective.