I'm Still Here (Je suis là) - Clélie Avit & Lucy Foster

I'm Still Here (Je suis là)

By Clélie Avit & Lucy Foster

  • Release Date - Published: 2016-08-23
  • Book Genre: Fiction & Literature
  • Author: Clélie Avit & Lucy Foster
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 30 Ratings)

I'm Still Here (Je suis là) Clélie Avit & Lucy Foster read online review & book description:

Elsa has been in a coma for five months. With all hope of reviving her gone, her family and doctors are having to face the devastating fact that it might be time to turn off her life support... They don't realise that in the past few weeks Elsa has regained partial consciousness; she knows where she is and can hear everyone talking around her bed, but she has no way of telling them she's there.

Thibault is in the same hospital visiting his brother, a drunk driver responsible for the deaths of two teenage girls. Thibault's emotions are in turmoil and, needing a retreat, he finds his way into Elsa's room. Seeing her lying there so peacefully, he finds it hard to believe she is not just sleeping.

Thibault begins to visit Elsa regularly. As he learns more about her through her family and friends, he begins to realise that he is developing feelings for her. And when he talks to her, he can't help feeling that she can hear his every word...

For Elsa, his visits are like a breath of fresh air. Here is finally someone who speaks to her as if she is a real life person. Who makes her laugh. And who gives her something to fight for...

And so begins a love story that might just save both their lives...

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Posted Reviews

  • I'm Still Here

    5
    By saddie 44
    Loved this book and highly recommend it.
  • Absolutely Recommend

    5
    By jeceh
    It's an amazing book, I was into it even by the blurb. I was kind of tired of reading since I couldn't really find good books that I like, but this book brought me back. It's romantic and kinda thrilling to wait for the girl to wake up. I also love the double pov from the two main characters. I don't normally like that since it shifts a lot but this one is perfectly put together. J'adore beaucoup ce livre et je ne regrette pas d'avoir acheté ce livre!!❤️
  • Loved it!

    5
    By Marcia in Downey
    I did not expect to enjoy this book as much as I did. The plot was great and never slowed, the characters well developed. I never wanted it to end! I will recommend this book to everyone I know.
  • What a wonderful book...

    5
    By uprise24
    ....I didn't even realize it was over, until it was. It might seem like a weird subject to you....BUT IT'S MAGICAL! I assure you, I've never used that word about a book before. I only read it because a)I was bored and b) the sample was sort of interesting. Well, imagine my surprise when I became so interested in it, I was serial- telling my husband the story during mealtime reading breaks. Buy this book and if you don't love it look me up and I'll refund you the whole amount😉
  • Review: I'm Still Here (Je Suis Là)

    5
    By LisaHines711
    I'm Still Here by Clélie Avit is a wondrous story of finding love in the most strangest of places. Thibault can't bear to be in his brother's hospital room and makes a brief escape into another room on the same ward accidentally coming across a peaceful appearing Elsa. But although, in her coma, she appears as though she is resting, she is able to hear all that goes on around her. Told in dual POV with a slow building of facts about Thibault's life and Elsa's hopes and her attempts to awake from her coma all the while a clock is counting down over her head as the doctors have given up hope of her ever waking. I did not like the ending. I totally understood why the book ended that way. I completely appreciate the literary genius behind it, but I absolutely was still ready for more of Thibault and Elsa... A thoroughly enjoyable read that was surprising and different, and although it was a small side-step out of my normal reading preferences, I highly recommend this.

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