The next chapter begins with Samantha waking up again, in her own bed. It is once again Cupid Day, the day of the accident. Samantha has been given the chance to relive this day over and over again, seeing how her actions affect her life and the lives of her classmates. Yes, it's a concept that has been told many times, but I enjoyed how Oliver told it.
The book is broken up into seven chapters, one for each day that Samantha goes through. This was a bit of a challenge for me since I often tell myself that I will read to the end of the chapter and then go do whatever chore I'm putting off, or go to sleep, etc. This is a little difficult when a 470 page book is divided up into 7 chapters, but I thought that it was an extremely effective way to tell the story.
I am now reading Oliver's Delirium and though I haven't finished it yet, based on what I've read it I highly recommend it! I have a feeling that I will be reading any book Oliver writes!
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