A sophisticated, layered, and heartachingly beautiful story about the power of family and friends, the choices we all make - and the ultimate choice Mia commands.
©2009 Dutton Juvenile; (P)2009 Penguin
I personally love the story line of this book. I loved it so much. I couldn't put it down! The movie was amazing too. Books are more better because it's so descriptive than no movie could ever do. I loved her story, but I am not sure if I want to read the sequel. Most likely I will end up reading it too.
you need to listen to the next book to really understand what happens but over all I did enjoy the story
Really enjoyed the depth of character in each person despite the fact that the story is written from the perspective of the narrator alone.
the narrator was great but the story was just ok. not what I excited I guess. it was a tear jerker all the way, but the ending didn't do it for me. also, it skipped several times.
I thought the story was interesting, but I can't help thinking that The author was inspired by the movie , just like heaven with Mark Ruffalo and Reese Witherspoon. About a woman Doctor who gets hit by a truck and gets separated from her body.
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.
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