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They say 'live every day as if it's your last' - but you never actually think it's going to be. At least I didn't. The thing is, you don't get to know when it happens. You don't remember to tell your family that you love them or - in my case - remember to say goodbye to them at all.
But what if, like me, you could live your last day over and over again? Could you make it perfect? If your whole life flashed before your eyes, would you have no regrets? Or are there some things you'd want to change?
©2010 Lauren Oliver (P)2012 HarperCollins Audio
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5 out of 5 stars
By Miss on 23-11-12


The story captivates you from the start, capturing the horror of bullying and what one person will do to save another. Excellent read

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4 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Kunde on 20-06-17

Good story, but I didn't like the main character to much

I decided to listen to this book because I thought the idea was intriguing and I definitely enjoyed the plot.
However I didn't like the main character. She annoyed me most of the times which is unfortunate when a story is told from the first-person perspective... Some people would maybe argue that she might not have been likeable in the beginning but then evolves, but it takes her very long and even in the end she wasn't really my favourite.
Some voices were a bit over the top, but apart from that the reading was good.
Overall I did enjoy the story. I might not listen to it again, but it was worth the time.

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1 out of 5 stars
By tessa on 17-07-17


when the narrator speaks in someone else's voice it made me cringe so bad omg. The main character and her friends are annoying, the book is so idiotic, dumb and childish with ofcourse a forced love story

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5 out of 5 stars
By Keelie on 19-03-14

Another gem from Lauren Oliver

What did you love best about Before I Fall?

The realism of the characters and the growth and development of the protagonist during the story.

What did you like best about this story?

It's something anybody can relate to having been in high school. Most people would fall into one social category and identify with the protagonist by either being LIKE her or being around (or victimised by) someone like her. This is the story of is like watching Mean Girls through the eyes of one of the plastics- but with her growing as a person and realising that maybe the way she behaves isn't perfect.

What about Sarah Drew’s performance did you like?

Sarah Drew is flawless in any of the books she reads. Being an actress, she's really expressive and able to get the inner feelings of the characters out for you. She has a "voice" for every character that is distinctly different or at least different enough that you don't get confused in moments with a lot of dialogue.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

I really identified with one of the characters who is bullied a lot, and there's also a scene in the toilets with a "not cool" girl that makes a big impact. I can't give away too much without spoiling it, really.

Any additional comments?

This is a must read for high school age kids, parents with teenage children or people who (like me) really like intelligent YA fiction or the writing of Lauren Oliver. Once you get over the initial chapter of the story (which makes it seem like a happy-go-lucky story from a tween movie until the plot takes a sudden turn) , you will be hooked and unable to stop listening.

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