Can 18 things save a life? Olga Gay Worontzoff thinks her biggest problems are an awful name (after her grandmother's of course) and not attending prom with Conner, her best friend and secret crush since kindergarten. Then Conner is killed in a freak boating accident and Olga feels responsible. When she downs an entire bottle of pills to deal with the emotional pain, her parents force her into counseling. There, her therapist writes a prescription in the form of a life list titled 18 Things.
I really enjoyed the plot of this book up until the last hour of listening. Now that I finished I'm unsure if I want to read the next two books
Lying is unbearable, betrayal is inevitable, and choosing which path to take is impossible. Olga Gay Worontzoff ended her senior year as an eighteen-year-old girl totally in love with Nate, enjoying their new romance and about to attend the university of her dreams. Now she's spending her summer in the weird subculture of the Underworld, with charmingly witty and powerful angels, and problematic demons, trying to rescue Connor, the best friend and secret crush she was unable to save during a freak accident.
The book is good, Olga just really frustrates me with her selfishness and with who she loves more one sec. It's Conner more then it's Nate! Geez woman..Show More » make up your mind already and go for.....Nate! « Show Less
Olga Gay Worontzoff left the Underworld for her final year of high school anxious for things to return to normal, but fate has other plans. The new hottie at school reads her thoughts but nobody else's. Her best friend wakes up from his coma acting like a completely different person. Caught in a world that's a mix of familiar and supernatural, she must confront what she will - or won't - do to bring him back and stare down her own perceived inadequacies to face a couple of tenacious demons, figurative and literal.
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