I ended up listening to this book in chunks, which isn't my favorite way to listen to a book. I really only like to listen to books in the car, when I know I am going to have uninterrupted time, otherwise I just end up really distracted and don't retain as much of the story as I would like. That said, I was glad that I chose this book, because the reality is I wouldn't have had time to read the book otherwise (at least, not at the time).
I thought the premise of The Adoration of Jenna Fox was incredible and really unique. It surprised me that as a YA book, it dealt with so many profound issues that don't necessarily get addressed often in YA literature.
When the book begins, Jenna Fox, teenage daughter of a millionaire medical tycoon, has been in a horrific car accident and nearly dies. Jenna wakes from a coma with the realization that she remembers nothing about her life before the accident. As time goes on, however, Jenna begins to piece together her memories and discover what happened to her. She discovers that something was done to her, something that explains why she doesn't quite feel like herself. What she discovers, and the questions that are asked as a result of that realization, is completely fascinating. And this is where I delve into spoiler territory, because it's incredibly difficult to talk about this book without revealing some major plot points. While I'm not going to give it all away, if that's something you're concerned about, I'd say READ IT. Definitely read it. And then come back so we can chat.