When you try to do your best and think: I will remember this for the rest of my life, then you will remember it. But this doesn’t work with people. Thankfully, our main character has a twin brother, the only person she’s absolutely sure about, meaning she will never really be alone. At least, that is what she thinks.
She collects jumpers, and he has two cats. They both love New York and will, no matter what, move there together at twenty-eight. But suddenly, he wants to spend some time alone. In a deceivingly nonchalant yet astute manner, What I’d Rather Not Think About tells the story of what happens when the person, who you have relied upon your entire life, disappears suddenly.