This book has been on my TBR pile for a while. I kept looking at it and telling myself I needed to read that next. Somehow, it was always forgotten and I started on another one. That is until one day earlier this year. Apparently, my sub conscience was trying to tell me something.
I really tried to get into this book. However, it just didn't happen for me. I think the premise was a great one, but it just wasn't working for me with the writing style. I just could not get into it.
I did, however, like the fact that the book was written from the coma patient's point of view. I think the author did a great job with that part.
Apparently, I am in the minority with my thoughts on the book, so it may just be me. I was glad to see that there were others who felt the same way though.
Thanks to Flatiron Books for providing me with a free ARC in exchange for an honest, unbiased review.