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Gayle Forman's New York Times bestsellers If I Stay and Where She Went are now available in a boxed set!

In an instant, Mia’s whole world is shattered. Now her life is only questions. What will happen if she leaves? If she loves? If she stays? The inspiration for a major motion picture, Gayle Forman’s romantic duet of novels tells a tale filled with tragedy, love, and ultimately, hope.

Included in this Collection: If I Stay, Where She Went


“Beautifully written.”—Entertainment Weekly

Biographie de l'auteur

Gayle Forman is an award-winning, internationally bestselling author and journalist. She is the author of Just One Day and Just One Year, and the companion e-novella Just One Night, as well as the New York Times bestsellers If I Stay and Where She Went. She lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her husband and daughters.

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 T & G Book Boutique 8 septembre 2014
Par Tanya - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
T & G Book Boutique Reviews: http://tgbookboutique.blogspot.com

“Love, it never dies. It never goes away, it never fades, so long as you hang on to it. Love can make you immortal.”

Ok well let me start off with how I felt before I read this book. I had heard so much about this book and it was recommended to me and I was really eager to start. The only problem was I put it up there at the top of my reading list but once I started, it wasn’t what I was expecting. I didn’t like the book as a whole and I don’t know what it was (probably the writing style) but it had some good parts to it. I liked how I could connect to some things the character said and how the memories would play throughout the book. I liked that Adam and Mia had a complicated relationship. This made the book seem real because in other books you see how all the couples have such a perfect relationship with just one problem and that is unreal while Mia and Adam started off with an uncomfortable start to their relationship. I found this endearing, as well as how they would feel towards one another, their doubts, their differences, and how their relationship developed through time. Even through all that they still fell in love with each other. That’s why I found it really sweet that Adam tried everything he could to get in to see Mia at the hospital. It was quite sad that she saw the accident and her family dead right in front of her eyes. Overall, it was an okay book but I think that in this case (which for me is almost never) the movie will be better that the book.

-Love T
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Review: If I Stay 23 juin 2017
Par alicia - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
There is so much I could say about this book, but at the same time I have no idea where to start. I will say that I read the book after I had seen the movie, which is something I usually don't do. Not that it's a bad thing, but I knew after seeing the movie that I had to read the book. With that being said it's also a book that's been on my TBR shelf for a few years, actually since about 2009. After seeing the movie and finally reading the book, I wanted to kick myself for not reading it sooner. Don't you just hate when that happens? I know it drives me nuts!

Anyway, let's discuss the actual book shall we. If I Stay had me mesmerized from the first few lines. I knew I was going to love this book, but honestly I wasn't sure how much was in the movie and how much had been changed. I enjoyed the movie, but honestly I loved the book so much more. The characters and how they dealt with everything is better described throughout the book and it made them more real to me then they were in the movie.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Packs an emotional punch, very well written- not your typical YA fare... 26 juillet 2014
Par Vicki F. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
The premise of the story intrigued me, but that wasn't a huge part of the book. Most of the book is about Mia's back story, her relationship with her parents, her best friend and her boyfriend, her love for the cello, etc. I was surprised at how strongly the story impacted me- it really made me examine my own life on a deep level and I found myself crying on several occasions. I'm quite surprised this is considered a YA book- even though the main character is a teenager, I found the themes resonated with me at age 49. The writing is also superb- I haven't read a book this good in a long time.

The only criticism I have- and it's a mild one- is that the "present-day" events, and what Mia goes through as she makes her decision, are not developed to the extent I thought they would have been. After all, it's the original premise of the book- you expect the character to go through a lot of struggles to decide whether to return to life or not. And in the end, you don't see her actually make the decision- it just kind of suddenly happens, and then the book is over. Perhaps not surprising since it leads you to immediately want to read "Where She Went" to find out what happens next. And honestly, the book was so good that I didn't even realize the life-or-death decision hadn't been explored fully until the book was over!
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Disappointing 23 août 2014
Par D. Florack - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I will preface my review by saying I understand that I am not the intended audience for this book. I am no longer a “young” adult. I do read a lot of YA books, and I did read this one. Lately I have been sorely disappointed in the genre, and I am wondering if it’s time for me to stop reading YA. This novel was another one that just didn’t work for me. I felt let down by the author who made the parents into hip caricatures of what real parents should have been. I did research on the author, thinking perhaps she was young and maybe childless herself, but she’s not. She’s 44 and has 2 daughters. I’m not sure what she was thinking when she wrote the so-called adults in this book, but I think she was way off the mark.

In If I Stay by Gayle Forman we meet Mia Hall. Mia is a 17 year old serious student who plays the cello. She’s a little awkward and doesn’t have many friends. Mia lives in the Pacific Northwest (Oregon) where it rains all the time. Is this starting to sound familiar to you? Mia has a boyfriend who plays in a rock band. He’s hip and handsome, and she can’t understand why he’d be interested in her. Someone online likened Mia to Bella Swan, and the novels do have their similarities - we just have musicians instead of vampires. Twilight came out in 2005; this book came out in 2009 so it is possible this book borrows a little bit from Twilight.

On a rare snowy day school is closed and Mia and her Mom, Dad and brother go for a car ride. There is a horrific accident and Mia’s parents are killed instantly. For most of the book we are left wondering about Mia’s brother’s fate. Mia herself lies in a coma but is having an out of body experience and can’t decide whether she wants to live or die.

This is a difficult book to review. It’s difficult because I can’t say too much without giving away the ending. There were a number of things I did not like about this book (besides Mia’s parents). I did not like that most of the story is told in flashbacks. It kept going off on tangents and giving backstory, and I just wanted it to get on with the present. Mia is lying unresponsive in ICU. Her spirit (?) is walking around, observing and trying to interact with others, but no one can sense that she is there. I find it confusing that if I’m being asked to believe that people’s spirits or essences can walk about like that that Mia doesn’t bump into someone else in the same in-between (“should I live” or “should I die”) state – especially in an ICU. I also had a hard time buying into the Mia-Adam relationship. They were too different. Music was their only common thread. She hates his world and his performances and is uncomfortable even watching him perform. He willingly sits through endless recitals and performances for her. He is the more giving of the two. As I’ve already stated, I hated her parents. Even hip/cool parents wouldn’t let a 17 year old daughter’s boyfriend do sleep-overs at their house. I cringed when I read that she “hogged the covers”. Really? She’s a minor. What the heck is up with her parents? I found it disturbing that her parents would condone that type of behavior and welcome this guy into their home with open arms and think he is just groovy-great because Mia’s Daddy also used to be in a punk band. Yippee-skippy. I was not impressed.

I did not like much about this book. It was relatively short, but it felt to me that it took forever to end. I wanted to skip to the end to see how it was going to come out. Mia would go into another jaunt through the past, and I would just want her to decide whether to live or die and get on with it already. I kept going because I hoped it would get better. I downloaded the sequel – Where She Went. It’s written from Adam’s point of view. I can tell already that Adam is no longer as likable as he was in the first book. He’s turned into a whiny, self-obsessed mess like Mia was in the first book. I don’t believe I’ll be reading anything else by Ms. Forman if I manage to finish the second book.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Emotional ride of a tough decisions 22 juin 2017
Par letshaveakya - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Heart wrenching, thought provoking and utterly addicting. When Mia is the only survivor in a terrible car accident involving her family, she is still stuck in the middle. Having to decide whether to fully let go and meet her family on the other side or fight and stay with her boyfriend Adam and remaining extended family and heal without them. The journey that this story takes you on is emotional, engrossing and makes you at times ask yourself "What would you do". You follow Mia on her remembrance of times with her family and loved ones, both good and bad, that lead to her final decision. A story I have read over and over again and each time feels like the first.
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