This is a very moving book, it is beautifully written but I do not know what it's really about. The blurb is somewhat misleading.
Is it about Asher being let known that it is not his fault, because it truly isn't. Is it about him learning the secret that split his family apart? Is it about letting your faith helping you heal? Is it about a boy learning his true path? Being gay, finding out who your real friends are?
It is about all those things, and yet not, there is not one of these things that has a proper focus. We don't get to learn anything in the end about where they're all going.
It is most definitely a book I'd recommend. It invoked many emotions, but I would have liked some proper focus on a few issues.