I truly enjoyed this touching story. The way the author is able to express feeling and love and fear and anger and pain through the voice of the character Mia is remarkable. The narrator did a fine job. I enjoyed connecting with all of the characters involved and I kind of would like to hear more of the story. The ending, or what happens after the ending.
This book was slow in the beginning, but did eventually pick up and was satisfying eventually. I only gave it 3 stars because like I said it was a bit tedious in the beginning but I honestly could not stand the narrator. I feel like it should have been narrated by a young girl or someone with a younger quality to their voice. When it picked up I started to become entertained but it was difficult for me to totally get into just because the narrators voice was too old for me and a bit monotone.
CRY!!! Yes I did it. I cried the entire book. Goodness. I watched this movie a while back and I cried so badly. My friends keep saying this is how the book ended so I wanted to make sure. Now I'm off to the sequel.
I couldn't stand the narrator. It was distracting how awful she was. I enjoyed the aspect of the book that related to the car crash and hospital, but the backstory of her musical career was excessive and boring.