Liz had no idea that today would be the last day of her life. It felt like any other Saturday. She wore the same jeans she wore every weekend, wore the same color lipstick, and sat in the same Honda she'd been driving for six years.
At twenty-nine, Liz Lindsay is in her prime, juggling her duties as a wife and a mother to two lively children. But when her car is struck head-on by a semi, her family has every right to believe Liz is gone forever. What they don't know is that only a few miles away, Liz has just woken up in the body of an eleven-year-old girl, Kate - the survivor of the world's first-ever brain transplant. Horrified by the reality of her new life, Liz struggles with the secret of her memories and her enduring love for the family she left behind.
This stunning debut novel from Dixie Wilks-Owens is filled with equal parts heartache and hope; tragedy and redemption. Guaranteed to keep you engrossed and guessing until the very last page, Becoming Kate is an enthralling exploration of identity, family, and what it really means to be alive.