- Psychological thriller? Heck.Yes. The author leaves no down time, continually throwing the plot this way and that. I have never read anything close to measuring up to this. That being said Megan Miranda has flawlessly created a hole in my head.
- I sat there minuets after reading this book trying to piece my brain back together. Seriously, could you fetch that piece, yeah the one right over there...
- Delaney- She was crazy. I mean you have to be some-what insane after you died and came back again. Her voice was easy to settle into and understand. Though her head was slightly unscrewed she was smart.
- Decker- Their relationship/friendship was tense. Every time they got close something ripped them a part, more like tore them a part. Decker had this casualness about him and they even had witty banter (when they weren't avoiding death/crying/screaming).
- The itch and pull of the brain- This was such a weird concept to wrap your head around. How do you scratch an itch inside your brain? The way her brain kept pulling her to places you just wonder how that would feel.
- Message 1- Contemplating the question: What would you do do if you knew when someone was going to die? What, in fact, is the right solution to that problem? Ending there suffering as soon as possible or encouraging them to live one perfect day?
- Message 2- Communication. You see this in books all the times. The main characters just don't communicate. Don't slip into silence, just talk about it. Delaney and Decker refused to talk or even possibly mention the fact that they had feelings for each other. A lot would have happened differently if they had communicated just a little.
- Message 3- Things happen sometimes that we don't understand or can't explain and we just have to make the best of the situation.
- Message 4- Life is short, don't take it for granted. Ask your self often if you only had one day left to live what would you do? Then go out and do it.
- Troy- Some people are crazy but Troy takes the cake. That being said I do think it was essential for him to be a part of the story, to share his knowledge and experiences. It was so important for him and Delaney to become friends because they were both going through the same odd predicament.
Overall: If, in anyway, you can get a copy of Fracture in your hands- DO IT! It was an epic, mind-blowing experience that I won't soon forget.