Just as, if not more, amazing that its prequel, If I Stay. I loved Adam. I really did. I felt so bad for him as the events that followed If I Stay were played out to us. I loved how there were song lyrics at the start of each present-day chapter, whereas the flashback chapters had none. This separated the two nicely, without it being extremely obvious. I felt that this tied up the series nicely, its ending was definite enough, the readers are allowed a little free will in deciding what happens to Adam and Mia afterwards. (My version involves a cello, Adam, Mia, lots of kids and lots of music).A definite read for everyone who enjoyed the prequel to this book.