Author: Megan Miranda
Book #: .5
Reading Level: YA
Goodreads Rating: 3.77
Published: Jan. 2012
Fracture is told from Delaney's perspective, and if you've read the first two chapters, you know that she falls through the ice in chapter one, and she wakes up 6 days later. And what happens in between—well, that's Decker's story.
This is the story of those eleven minutes, and the six days that follow, from his perspective. Because while it must be terrifying to be trapped under the ice, it's a different kind of terror seeing your best friend trapped...
Especially if it's your fault.
Eleven Minutes is everything I was hoping for and more. So much more. Being inside Decker's mind when Delaney falls into the cold water was too much. A tear might have fell, or two, I won't deny or confirm. I just fell in love with Decker's character in Fractured, he is so kind, and strong, and brave. He is the boy next door without being cheesy (and seriously hot).
I wish, sooo bad, that Megan Miranda (who is BTW an amazing author who deserves all the chocolate she wishes for) would write Eleven Minutes as a full fledged novel. I really do. Because this e-novella was to be quite honest TOO SHORT. And it stopped at the very. best. part. Why do you do this to me?! I want to see how Decker felt when he saw Delaney's eyes open. I want to be there when he finally wakes up. Cause even though Delaney was the one who fell on the water Decker was just as gone.
Plus this novella made me really want to read Fractured again because it gives us such inside into Decker's character. So hear my warning, if you are to read Eleven Minutes read it with Fractured right by your side because, trust me when I tell you, you will need it.