The Theory of Everything by J.J. Johnson
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
I got it. Sarah's grieving for her lost BFF, convinced it was her fault. Some of her thoughts get expressed via drawings, diagrams, etc.. But there was nothing really special here, nothing that would make me recommend this to a student who might be in a similar situation (the grief, not the guilt, but one never knows, right?). And the Crisco at the end lost me - it was somewhat in character, but less convincing as something that would work.