Now available: the complete Coma Girl daily serial! From the international best-selling author of Stop the Wedding! (now a Hallmark Channel movie) and the Body Movers mystery series comes a story of family drama, suspense, comedy, and romance. In Coma Girl, a victim of a tragic event lies in a hospital bed, at the mercy of friends and relatives who think she can't hear them. But she so can.
This version of Coma Girl contains the complete daily serial, six months of entries. Don't miss out on this laugh-out-loud, fun story everyone else is talking about!
It was a great listen, I enjoyed it and it was well narrated. I would not have read or listened to it in parts, the whole book is the best way to go.
kept me going and i was so sad when it ended i wanted the loose ends tied up
A very feel good story, but it ended a little too neatly for my taste.
I wasn't sure how the book would unfold but was pleasantly surprised throughout with the character portrayal and plot. This was my first audible book ever and I really enjoyed it during my 1 1/2 to 2 hour commute twice a day.
This is an entertaining, thoughtful and original story. There are moments when so many details make the narration slow and a bit distracting, but overall, I was hooked into the main character and all those confessions, both hilarious and sad. Very human portrayal of all characters, except a couple that were somewhat cartoonish. A very good read!
I choose to give this audible 5 stars for its fabulous narration by Maureen Jones who managed to bring ALL the characters to life. The various amounts of voices that need to be brought forth was done beautifully. This audible book has family drama, love, secrets, pregnancy, cheating, and a kick ass HEA that will make you cry. Coma girl is definitely an audible that I can listen to again and again.
I read some of the chapters of Coma Girl but found it even better in audio. Parts of the story are funny. The author does a good job of portraying the slow passage of time. A couple of crossover events with the Body Movers series made the story more fun. Well worth a credit.