Mia was in a horrible car accident that killed her parents and younger brother, and placed her in a coma. Mia, however, is still around. She is walking around and watching as family and friends come and go; listening as they talk to her and amongst themselves.
She doesn't know if she has the strength to stay, but isn't sure if she wants to go.
Wow, what an emotional roller-coaster. It was really interesting reading a book through the eyes of someone in a coma.
I didn't think I was going to like it at first, because the main character had practically no emotion in the beginning. She saw her parents dead and there was no emotion. Personally, I know I would have run to them trying to do CPR or something, not wanting to believe they were dead.
I started crying when her Grandfather told her that he understood if she left. That he loved her very much and didn't want her to leave, but understood if she did.
I don't know if I will read the next book, as there really wasn't any need for another one.