I open my eyes wide now.
I sit up as much as I can.
And I listen.
Stay, he says.
Choices. Seventeen-year-old Mia is faced with some tough ones: Stay true to her first love—music—even if it means losing her boyfriend and leaving her family and friends behind?
Then one February morning Mia goes for a drive with her family, and in an instant, everything changes. Suddenly, all the choices are gone, except one. And it's the only one that matters.
If I Stay is a heartachingly beautiful book about the power of love, the true meaning of family, and the choices we all make.
- It started out good, but it lost my interest about halfway through.
- The story reminds of Just Like Heaven with Reese Witherspoon.
- I really struggled with the last 20 pages. I just wanted to know if she lived or not. I got tired of all the back story stuff. I wanted more about what was happening in the present.
- I love that the main character was a cellist. I related to all her musical aspirations and fears.
- The book moved too slow for me. It was pretty boring.