The Lives We Touch | Eva Woods
In our lives we’ll meet something like eighty thousand people. Most of them just in passing, sitting beside them on a bus, buying a latte from them, overtaking them too fast on the motorway. Others will become friends, lovers, family. Some will stay in our lives forever, and some will be swept away by the flow of life. But we touch all of these people in some way, tiny or huge, making more of a difference that any of us can imagine.
Rosie is in a coma, unable to reach out to the world or communicate. She only has one chance to make it back to consciousness – but she’s slipping deeper and deeper into a maze of memories and it’s going to be hard to find her way out.
Daisy, Rosie’s sister, is devastated by the accident. She’s always been the good, dependable girl to Rosie’s free spirit – but some of Rosie’s attitude seems to be creeping into Daisy’s dull existence. Can Daisy find the courage to be herself?
It only takes one tiny step to change a life forever…
I had previously read another of Eva’s books ‘How to be happy’ and really enjoyed it, so I searched the Kindle store for other books by Eva and decided on this one.
I wasn’t disappointed! I found this one really uplifting, which is odd considering the storyline. I loved the overall message that the little things in life can have huge impact on others – often without you even realising. I was really unsure how this one was going to end, I was willing her to wake up throughout the pages. I gave this one four stars.