From the back of the book:
On a beautiful spring day three-year-old Sherry Barrett is injured in a hit-and-run accident. Her devastated parents, Simon and Karen, wait by her bedside, hoping for a miracle...one that doesn't come. Tole that she will never recover, they agree to remove her from life support. And then the miracle occurs. Sherry doesn't die. But nor does she wake.
Under pressure of caring for their child, the fissures in Simon and Karen's marriage become gaping wounds and the family is pushed to the point of collapse. And then pushed even further by the undeniable fact that their little girl, trapped in her living death, has become a source of healing miracles.
I enjoyed this book, but not as much as I thought I would, the characters are well developed, the story line is good, but not what I expected. Some parts of the sotry are very predictable too....Continua