Possibly the best book I have listened to (or read) in recent memory. The story just will not let you go so you listen for just a little more .. and a little more .. until you have lost track of time. I would not hesitate to recommend it my friends.
So hard to choose without revealing too much - just imagine writing from the perspective of a woman in a coma, hearing everything going around her, trying to separate reality from imagination.
Kymberly Dakin's narration makes each character unique. There is no mistaking who is speaking and subtle changes in her voice let you know exactly what lies beneath the words.
When Casey realizes who is responsible for her being in the coma.
I will definitely listen to the book again even knowing the answers to all the questions.
Now I know what a belly laugh looks like .. if you don"t want to know, never listen any Sweet Potato Queen book standing in front of a mirror!
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