Dying to Forget
By Trish Marie Dawson
- Release Date: 2015-07-30
- Genre: Coming of Age
Dying to Forget Trish Marie Dawson Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
For some, the day you die is only the beginning.
After Piper dies, she gets two choices: enter her own personal hell, or go back to Earth and become the voice of conscience inside a boy’s head. Can she save Sloan from meeting the same fate? A tale of hope that will warm your heart.
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This is not the typical book that I would chose to read but I'm glad I did. It is surprisingly amazing. It's riveting and interesting and if you read it you won't be disappointed.
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I fell in love with this book instantly! The fact that this isn't (or is it...?) real makes the details shine like a flame in a cave. Your writing skills are truly amazing and were never vague. I wish to be an author/editor someday, and you are setting an excellent example.
Also, I have one question. Where is the actual book version of Dying to Remember? I can only see the audiobook and I wish to read the book instead. I've looked everywhere but can't find it. Please help.
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