What if you had the chance to go back and change everything? The chance to alter one day, one evening, that would set the stage for your entire life? What about ten times? Ten times to take the same instant and mold it until you make it right, or horribly wrong...
Alice Hawkings was given that chance, to either ultimately save her own life or end it. In ten tries, she has to decide to live or die. But she doesn't know she has the chance, and she's not sure she wants to give life a fair chance to change her mind.
This book starts out depressing, but eventually it does get better. I'm not going to spoil it for anyone, but I really liked the ending. The only thing that kept me from giving it five stars was the amount of cuss words in the book. Wow, there's a lot. Besides that, I would recommend this book to teens who are upset or are having trouble standing up for themselves. Alice is a great example of courage and strength at the end of the story.
Grammar Nazis: Do Not Read
This is a good book, but so many grammatical mistakes. I have always had a thing about perfect grammar, and this book drove me insane.
Did you notice that the main character is the author of this book? That is insane! That really happened! It was so sad, the saddest book I ever read!