This funny yet heartbreaking teen and YA novel movingly explores what happens when Lily dies in a car accident. The trouble is, Lily is really not sure at all if she wants to 'move on'...
Lily wakes up one crisp Sunday morning on the side of the road. She has no idea how she got there. It is all very peaceful. and very beautiful. It is only when the police car, and then the ambulance arrive, and she sees her own body, that she realises that she is in fact ... dead. But what is she supposed do now? Lily has no option but to follow her body and see her family - her parents and her twin brother start falling apart. And then her twin brother Ben gives her a once in a deathtime opportunity - to use his own body for a while. But will Lily give Ben his body back? She is beginning to have a rather good time...
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"I genuinely thought it was wonderful. Funny, tough, smart and infuriating; Lily's voice demands to be heard even from beyond the grave, and what a pleasure it was to experience." Matthew Crow, author of Another Place
"Fascinating and thought-provoking." Juno magazine
"Powerful, the imagery beautiful, the characters relatable." The Bookbag
"A stunning debut that skilfully tackles the topic of life and death, whilst full of warmth and humour." SnailyCanFlyy blog
"This book is full of raw emotion, humour and warmth, with a wide array of characters who all cope with their grief in different ways and are suffering for different reasons. It also makes you realise the importance each and every person has even if they don't think that they're valued or needed. Whether or not you have experienced grief, there is something for everyone to take away from this book - we are all significant and we all have our own lives to live in." Kayleigh Cyphus, Goodreads