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Fracture by Megan Miranda
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With a plot woven in death and life, characters that are strong and memorable, and a setting that is easy to imagine, there is nothing broken about the story Megan Miranda wove together to create her hard-to-put-down debut YA novel, Fracture. The book begins with Delaney waking up after six days in a coma, which was caused by her falling through ice and being submerged in frigid water for eleven minutes. She has brain damage, but somehow her brain rewired itself. And even though she shouldn't be able to talk or walk or remember, she's appears to be in great shape - normal. Everything is functioning the way it should. But one thing is different - she can now sense death. Delaney has a lot to cope with, including the confusing relationship she has with her best friend Decker. There are many interesting twists and turns as the mystery of Delaney and her unusual ability becomes a heavy burden. Then she discovers that she's not the only one who has the ability to sense death. Troy appears on the scene and creates some interesting turmoil for Delaney. His way of coping with his ability will definitely make readers think.
Fracture leaves the reader asking many questions, including one of the most important, which is what would you do if you only had one day left to live?
Megan Miranda wrote a real winner. Put FRACTURE on your must-read list.
I received an ARC at the BEA.

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Reading Progress

December 5, 2011 – Shelved
January 22, 2012 – Started Reading
January 22, 2012 – Shelved as: arc
January 22, 2012 – Finished Reading
March 5, 2012 – Shelved as: author-interviewed-on-my-blog

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