This is the sequel to the gorgeous novel by Gayle Forman, If I Stay. While I wasn't as in LOVE with it as the first book, I still enjoyed it and found myself growing and thinking along with Adam. I did like that the story was told in his POV, it made the novel seem fresh and even more honest.
The main problem I had with this book is the selfishness of both Mia and Adam. I thought that they left their loved ones high and dry and didn't care about no one but themselves. Mia's excuse (for me) was a little bit of a cop out and I felt it was lame. Adam did EVERYTHING for her and she still chose to do what she did. Just made me a little angry. I thought Adam was a little too angsty for me in the beginning but I grew to understand and appreciate his opinion.
Good book, not as good or poignant as the first.