90 Minutes in Heaven
By Don Piper
The setting in my book is very important. A lot of the settings change from hospital to hospital, and he travels in an ambulance a lot. The most important setting in the book is where the crash took place. It happened just after a large bridge. The author actually tells us if the accident took place on the bridge, his car would have been pushed into the lake. If this happened he would have died, so the setting was very important. Another important setting is the hospital he was finally brought to. The Hermann Hospital in Houston was the largest hospital he was close to. This was the only hospital around that could give Don the care he needed. Without it he would have died.