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Sixteen-year-old Finn Miller’s life ends instantly when a devastating car accident throws her and ten others down a mountainside. Floating between worlds, she watches helplessly as her loved ones struggle to survive.
Impossible choices are made, choices that leave the survivors with grief and regret. Finn can’t let go and keeps going as they struggle to put their shattered life back together. Jack, his father, who seeks revenge on the only person he can blame but himself; her best friend Mo, who courageously searches for the truth as the story of her survival is rewritten; her sister Chloe, who knows Finn will be late and longs to join her; and her mother Ann, who saved them all but is haunted by their choices. Finn needs to move on, but how can he still be in pieces with his family?
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Heartbreaking but ultimately redeeming, In An Instant is a story about the power of love, the importance of family, and moving on… even when it seems impossible.
In In An Instant, Suzanne Redfearn has written a groundbreaking and fascinating account of a family tragedy and the ways in which the participants are affected and are dealing with it. I don’t think you have to be too careful when revealing the ending of the story because there is no surprise at the end and no tension in the narration. What is most surprising is the effective way the author tells the story.
An extended family has packed into a large truck and set off on a long snow vacation at a mountain cabin. Icy road and snowstorm conditions lead to an accident in which most of the occupants are injured, 10 in all, one dies instantly and another is never found in the desert. The victim, a sixteen-year-old girl, returns as a ghost and becomes the narrator of the story. This is a difficult action procedure for any author to master and result in a satisfying read. But the author does it with remarkable skill, and the book is memorable for it.
In his note to the author, Redfearn comments that the incident stems from a personal experience that he has always remembered and wondered about. In it, she and her brother ended up in the care of their uncle in a cold cabin while their father sought help. Her uncle wasted his attention on his own children and Suzanne’s brother, and she did not receive the same medical attention and comfort that her cousins received from their father.
Although she suffered no serious consequences, her brother and his fingers were severely damaged by the cold. No one, including her parents, has ever questioned why Suzanne and her brother were hurt and their cousins weren’t. Entrusting children to people other than their parents is therefore a decision that naturally does not always go well.
And so it was on the bus with the author’s fictional family. The first aid, exchange of warm clothes, comfort and care that some received were not evenly distributed and some suffered greatly. The author’s superficial storyteller took it all and followed it for months to answer questions about care inequality. The narrator does not judge his observations, he only tells the reader what he sees. The reader is allowed to make personal observations and reflect on them. That is the essence of the book.
The author’s technique to achieve this is remarkable. The effect is memorization.
Personally, I was totally engrossed in dealing with the circumstances of the individual participants. There was anger, disappointment, confusion, pain and even some relief at how things had turned out. In An Instant will be interesting reading for the book club because of the discussion opportunities. The use of the narrative spirit is an issue that will generate debate as it is an uncommon technique that is not commonly used. I wholeheartedly recommend this book.
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