Mia loves to play the cello and to spend time with her family. After a devastating car crash involving her mother, father, younger brother and her, leaves her in a coma. But, she now sees herself as a third person. She’s almost a ghost, but not quite. As she lives her life watching herself in a hospital bed, she tells stories about how her experiences made her who she is. A nice nurse keeps telling her that she is the only one who gets to decide if she stays. How does she do that, and after the traumatizing experience will she want to?
This book was quite sad and it made me so grateful to live in a warm house with all of family together. I loved this book so much and I would definitely recommend it to teens.
5/5 stars. ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️