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Miracle Girl

3.67  ·  Rating details ·  3 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Leanne Strong hates June eighth even though it's supposed to a day for celebration. Fifteen years ago on that date, baby Leanne was purported to be miraculously healed of a spinal cord defect after her mother prayed to a religious mystic who was later elevated to sainthood. Since Leanne's unexplained cure, thousands of people gather in her small town every year to celebrat ...more
Paperback, 242 pages
Expected publication: November 30th 2019 by Vinspire Publishing
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Sep 06, 2019 rated it liked it
Shelves: netgalley, young
- Received an Advance Reader Copy in exchange for a fair review -
A sweet tale about young love, growing up and the tortuous and full of doubts paths of faith, “Miracle Girl”, by Jennifer DiGiovanni (Vinspire Publishing) is an entertaining read with great characters and an original subject.
Leanne, the miracle girl, is an amazingly level-headed teenager, sometimes too wise for her young years. Her doubts and the aversion to celebrity are realistic; I enjoyed watching her spiritual journey to accep
T.H. Hernandez
Leanne Strong is the recipient of a verified miracle that she has zero recollection of. And while she’s grateful for the life she has, she hates being “Miracle Girl” and all the celebrity that goes with it. For that reason, she’s sworn off dating until she’s in college, far away from where anyone knows who she is or her miracle status. But when the Dalisay’s move in across the street, Braeden and and his sister, Sami, challenge everything Leanne believes about herself and her miracle. She wonder ...more
Kimberly Zirkle
Aug 28, 2019 rated it liked it
This was a very sweet book. A young girl blessed by a healing miracle overcomes her doubts and finds friendship, faith, and love.
Very nice start to the book but as you get towards the middle it feels like it's dragging on. But, the ending of this vooknwas so super sweet and well worth a read.
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Jennifer DiGiovanni is the author of contemporary and light fantasy novels for teens. When she's not reading or writing, she likes to try new sports and activities, from archery to ballroom dancing, all in the name of book research.
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