So this book totally deserves all the hype it's had for the past three years or so. Seriously. We get a glimpse into Mia's life just before the accident, where she's surrounded by love and family, and let me tell you, I have no idea how I'd feel to lose all that in a second.
I connected with Mia, but the way she felt about the death of her family was kind of detached. Which is okay, no biggie. I enjoyed reliving the moments with her as she went back in time, and while I didn't cry, this book certainly hurt my heart. A must read, definitely.