Book Reviews of Don't Let Me Die

Don't Let Me Die
Don't Let Me Die
Author: Diane Hoh
ISBN-13: 9780590662048
ISBN-10: 059066204X
Publication Date: 1998
Pages: 380
  • Currently 4.4/5 Stars.

4.4 stars, based on 7 ratings
Publisher: Scholastic, Inc
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
A wonderful story. Shows how life can change drastically in the blink of an eye.
Lucy is a popular schoolgirl, has the "best" boyfriend. She is a wonderful dancer.
Then tragedy strikes. She has to show great courage and patience. You find yourself right there wiyh her, lending a helping hand, a little moral support, a little courage, and a whole lot of respect.
I read this in one evening. Just did not want to put it down until final sentence.
Wonderful, fast read. Thoroughly enjoyed.
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Here is what the back of the book says...
Lucy slams on the brakes when she sees the truck hurtling toward her on the rain slicked road.But the blinding headlights keep getting closer.Tires squeal.Glass shatters. Lucy screams. Everything goes black. Lucy wakes, expecting to walk away from the accident. But she can't walk! Lucy is first faced with a series of painful surgeries, then with the frustration of physical therapy. Unfortunetly, Lucy's problems don't end when she leaves the hospital in a wheelchair. Her friends-even her boyfriend-begin to drift away.She feels alone.But is there someone-anyone-out therenwho can help her get through this nightmare?