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Coma Girl: The Complete Daily Serial

Narrated by: Maureen Jones
Length: 13 hrs and 32 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Now available: the complete Coma Girl daily serial! From the international best-selling author of Stop the Wedding! (now a Hallmark Channel movie) and the Body Movers mystery series comes a story of family drama, suspense, comedy, and romance. In Coma Girl, a victim of a tragic event lies in a hospital bed, at the mercy of friends and relatives who think she can't hear them. But she so can.

This version of Coma Girl contains the complete daily serial, six months of entries. Don't miss out on this laugh-out-loud, fun story everyone else is talking about!

©2016 Stephanie Bond, Inc. (P)2017 Stephanie Bond, Inc.

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Great Serial

It was great to have this daily serial in one complete audio book.

The characters are occasionally annoying, but a true reflection of families in reality.

Easy narration and you just want to keep listening to hear the next surprise ;)

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 08-03-2019

love it

i hope someone makes a mini TV series or a movie on this one! Funny

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  • Melody Snow
  • 07-03-2019

so good I forgot it was fiction!

the narrator is amazing
the story is touching and funny and draws you in immediately

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  • kimberly
  • 02-02-2019

Great book!

Bust out loud funny! Love the way all the little clues come together. You won’t be disappointed.

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  • Stacey D.
  • 22-01-2019

Great story with closure!

I really did enjoy this, it told a story without leaving loose ends. However, I am one of those audible listeners who listens mainly with earbuds so if there are any other noises, they’re amplified. This particular reader had something that sounded like notification sounds going off throughout the entire book and it did become annoying especially when some of the sounds made me think my phone was notifying me of something. Also, there were two girl voices that literally sounded like Minnie Mouse and Daisy Duck.. There were so many voices she had to read, this one would’ve been better with multiple readers. The story itself got 5 stars from me.

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  • Maggie May
  • 26-11-2018

Ever dreamed of being a fly on the wall?

This book felt personalized for me: running stream of consciousness, secrets, humor, secrets, revelations, betrayals, connections, repercussions, secrets, set in my adopted home town...and did I mention secrets? ALL THE SECRETS!
I didn't turn it off until it was done.

Marigold is the quintessential middle child. Leaned on. Overlooked. Left to blossom on her own, her life is okay, but nothing spectacular on the surface. The man she loves is about to marry someone else. And then...she lands in the coma ward ("vegetable patch") of a hospital after a head-on collision that everybody else walked away from. I'm sure there was a good reason Ms. Bond chose "Brady" (Grady) hospital for her setting, but if you ever have brain trauma in Atlanta - go to Emory.

While in her coma, she sometimes sleeps, but often is aware. She hears everything going on around her and, for some reason, people begin to confide in her. She also learns secrets from the people who behave as if she's not even in the room. Juggling all this information is probably how she keeps from going batty while she's lying there, trapped in her own body. Not all the patients in her room handle the situation as well as she does.

There are a lot of shady characters in this book. Her family and an opportunistic ambulance chaser turn her into a media sensation. Her adorable, but gullible aunt brings around a con artist. Even her friend and roommate isn't always trustworthy.
And WHO is sending pictures of her to the Internet Tabloids?

The narrator, Maureen Jones, does the humor and intrigue great justice. Her southern accent is good, though I did occasionally detect some random Canadian. Her timing is spot on and I'll look for more of her work to enjoy.

Honestly, I wouldn't have minded a bit more righteous revenge, but maybe I'm a little meaner than Marigold.

Highly recommend.



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  • Shirleen Gull
  • 25-08-2018

Coma girl

Loved it. Great book down load this book and listen good meaning. Coma girl. Smile

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  • mel
  • 26-07-2018

Coma Girl

Loved the story and narrator. Love that Stephanie Bond always has some comedy in the books I listen to.

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  • M. R. Hall
  • 01-05-2018

Worth the read/listen

It was a great listen, I enjoyed it and it was well narrated. I would not have read or listened to it in parts, the whole book is the best way to go.

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  • Jen
  • 03-04-2018

i want more

kept me going and i was so sad when it ended i wanted the loose ends tied up

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  • Judithgsmith
  • 07-11-2017

Coma Girl was a great read!

I wasn't sure how the book would unfold but was pleasantly surprised throughout with the character portrayal and plot. This was my first audible book ever and I really enjoyed it during my 1 1/2 to 2 hour commute twice a day.