The Inbetween Days by Eva Woods
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I loved this book! I was engaged in this story from the beginning until the end. Rosie has been hit by a bus - literally and is in a coma. What is so frustrating for her is she can hear what is going on around her. Occasionally she can see a tiny bit but as hard as she tries she can’t fully wake up or move to show she’s aware of everything. As she lies there she is visited in her dreams by people she has known who have died and learns things that make her want to be a better person if only she could wake up. While she is in between consciousness and death she sees snippets of events that she has lived through. Many of these show mistakes or misunderstandings that have shaped how she has been living. It really brought into focus regrets and things she would now do differently if given the chance. There are many characters that we meet in the book and they all have their own stories and it is interesting to see how they have impacted Rosie. I found myself flying through this book to see what would happen. Thank you to Harlequin and Graydon House for this free book for review. A 5 star read for me.
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