Kacey and Sara have been the best of friends since grade three. They did everything together. But then Kacey left and Sara had to learn to cope with her life after that moment. She kws everyone at school is staring and whispering about her behind her back. And the -Obxious Counsellor- that her parents force her to meet with thinks writing letters to Kacey in a journal will help Sara deal with her grief. Her parents and teachers are trying to convince her that life needs to get back to rmal -- but how can anything ever be rmal again? She and Kacey had plans -- college together, vacations around the world, best friends together forever. But then Kacey chose to end her life and Sara was left to try to understand what it all meant. Dawn Green's vel for young adults is an emotional and moving look at a young teenage girl's journey towards understanding after her best friend's suicide.
Dawn Green graduated from the University of Victoria with degrees in languages and education. She is a high school Spanish and English teacher, basketball coach, and volunteers with Special Olympics BC. She enjoys living on the west coast, and when she is not working with youth she can be found reading a good novel in the corner of a cozy cafe or walking on the beach with her dog Tanner. When Kacey Left is her first (but definitely not her last) novel.