A very good premise. The Last Thing I Remember follows Sarah, who’s in a comma due to a head injury, as she tries to remember who put her there. I like the way the book winds towards the finish where we find out who and how it happened.
The POV switches between Sarah and Kelly, a rough-n-tough teenager who had become Sarah’s friend. I found Kelly a bit grating – her tough girl attitude and constant swearing were a bit irritating- but I really liked Sarah. This would be a difficult book to write and I think Deborah Bee did a great job of it. And there’s a great twist at the end.