In the book Elsewhere, Elizabeth Hall has found herself in Elsewhere after dying in a car accident. After taking a long ride on the SS Nile, Liz has finally realized that she's not in a dream after all, but dead. When she arrives on Elsewhere, she meets her grandmother, Betty, for the very first time. And learns in Elsewhere, lives are lived backward from the age of a person's death. Liz would never be sixteen, never have a driver's license, never graduate from high school or go to college or get married. The only thing she has to look forward to is growing younger, until she becomes an infant and is sent back to Earth to be born again. Liz spends her first month on Elsewhere at the Observation Decks where she can watch her family, and friends back on Earth. In the end Liz gets closer to grandmother Betty, takes a job in the animal shelter helping pets find new owners, until she is sent back to earth.
I really liked the book. I liked the book because it was really interesting. I also really liked it because it was a cool idea, how it took place after the main character dies.