Written by Samantha Bachand, Hannah Borrett, Nicholas Cass, Ameena Cole-Black, Braulio Cornejo, William Decero, Jack Fetsch, Olivia Harris, Amy Huske, Akhil Kalghatgi, Angelica Krajewski-Conzen, Yen Lee, Cyrus LeMoine, Kacper Maliwski, Cuautli Martinez-Banuelos, Jannah Mosi, Melissa Muz, Natalia Perez, Maya Popernik, Joseph Radinsky, Jay C. Rehak, Lindsey Sonnefeldt, Diondre Sweezer, Keila Vega, Kaela Wilkinson, and Ivan Williamson Edited by Samantha Bachand, Jack Fetsch, Joe Radinsky and Jay C. Rehak Based on an idea by Jay C. Rehak On the cold February morning of his high school field trip to Springfield, Illiis, sophomore Augie Stone gets into a fight with his mother, telling her that he hates the clothes she buys him and to never buy him anything again. When the bus they are riding overturns, Augie and his classmates find themselves tumbling down a ravine, each thinking about something they said or did that they regret. When the ambulance comes to help the students, Augie appears to be in a irreversible coma, but as he listens to his mother and his classmates review their regrets, he clings to the hope that he will wake up and get the opportunity to apologize to his mother. This young adult vel will have readers wondering whether Augie wakes up and apologizes or dies kwing he has hurt his mother with his words? Similarly, readers will also read the regrets of the other students on the bus and recognize that each of them is in the perilous position of t being able to rectify or apologize for their respective mistakes. This class-sourced vel is the 11th book written by Jay C. Rehak and his students at Whitney M. Young Magnet High School in Chicago.