How would you live your life if you knew the date you were going to die? Would you coast through life, living day by day as you always have and ignore the date? Would you live your life to the fullest and enjoy doing things you've always wanted to do, or would you spend so much time worrying about the date and how it gets closer everyday, so you live your life in worry, fear, and regret, and partially because of that, fulfill the prophecy and make the prediction come true? This book is about 4 siblings who learn their death dates as kids, and how they live their lives from that moment on to shape how the rest of their lives play out.
I really enjoyed the concept, but I couldn't connect entirely with the story. At some point I lost track of what happened in certain parts of the book and found myself bored. But I did enjoy most of it, and it got easier to follow the story and characters the more I read on. Overall, I liked it.