Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Waiting On Wednesday [Touching the Surface]

This week's Waiting On Wednesday book is Touching the Surface by Kimberly Sabatini. Here's the synopsis:

Life altering mistakes are meant to alter lives…

When Elliot dies for the third time, she knows this is her last shot. There are no fourth-timers in this afterlife, so one more chance is all she has to get things right. But before she can move on to her next life, Elliot will be forced to face her past and delve into the painful memories she’d rather keep buried. Memories of people she’s hurt, people she’s betrayed…and people she’s killed.

As she pieces together the mistakes of her past, Elliot must earn the forgiveness of her best friend and reveal the truth about herself to the two boys she loves…even if it means losing them both forever. (via Goodreads)
After including Sabatini's review of What She Left Behind in my WOW last week (when What She Left Behind was one of my picks) and mentioning that Touching the Surface was another book I was excited for, I couldn't not highlight it this week.

Out September 4, 2012 from Simon Pulse, Touching the Surface sounds like a book I would really like. I tend to really like well written books that deal with past-lives/dying several times/the afterlife (it's what drew me to Rebecca Lim's Mercy; Here Lies Bridget). Reading Sabatini's reviews on Goodreads has really drawn me to her writing and how she sees the plot and characters in books. I can't wait to read something that she's created!

Here is the Goodreads page. (Couldn't find an Amazon listing.)


  1. Awwww thanks for the lovely WOW post. I'm honored that you like my reviews and I'm so excited to have you read TOUCHING THE SURFACE. (((hugs)))

  2. I do like your reviews on Goodreads - they've made me want to read several books already :)

    I really do hope I get a chance to read Touching the Surface, it sounds truly fantastic!!


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