Piper Willow dies the summer after her high school graduation and finds herself in a spiritual terminal called the Station. She's given only two choices: Move on to the unknown where she'll be faced to spend an eternity in her own personal hell or be trained as a Volunteer and return to Earth as the subconscious for a person in need of outside assistance. Does Piper have what it takes to save a life, to be the nagging voice inside another person's head? Or will she fail and end up lost and tormented... forever?
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By Reginald pelle on 28-06-15
An astounding book, of a tale surrounded with surreal and paranormal entities, all wrapped up within a teenage-like perspective. However, I think the meaning behind this book is this: Forget the very first thing you have done, while the rest afterwards, becomes more unforgettable.
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By zoe on 31-10-15
What did you love best about Dying to Forget (The Station) (Volume 1)?
A must read and looking for the rest of this series. I fell in love with the characters Grabed me from page one and did not let go. The ending will really leave you hanging on for the next book. Fresh and new idea and plot. Sad but also hopeful and uplifting On to the next book in the series.
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By Felita Daniels on 01-06-15
When I first started listening to this work, I was disappointed that the narrator had a monotone style. Please don’t stop here. A few minutes into the story I understood why. The narrator’s voice was a good match for the main character. A young girl old enough to drive, but still finding her way through personal tragedy. Where the author started us with this character may cause you to worry that the book will be depressing. I believe we had to see where this character’s pivotal actions started.
This work doesn’t fit neatly into a genre category. I believe young adults will get a lot from this as the characters are very relatable and realistic. Also anyone that has experienced the loss of someone near to them that committed suicide might find a small measure of comfort. This is not a clinical psychological study. It is not any type of lecture either.
It is somewhat like the television show Quantum Leap from years ago. The main character finds themselves thrown in to help someone that is in jeopardy of committing suicide. The difficulty is that Piper willow doesn’t know why and where the pain comes from that the individual is facing. So she has to feel her way through the situation, look for clues and try to determine what will help this person.
This is a work that is not a standalone work, complete in itself. To feel a sense of finish, one will need to purchase the further books to see what has become of the characters you met in this one.
I was provided a code to listen and write an honest review.
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