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The Probability of Miracles by Wendy Wunder
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Wow, this is an emotional novel packed with some major trauma and happiness and miracles, though not the ultimate miracle. Cam is dying of cancer. So is her best friend Lily. Cam's mother is looking for a miracle and hears about a town in Maine called Promise. It's almost impossible to find, but they do. Almost immediately, they meet a young man by the name of Asher who offers the use of his grandparents' home at no cost to them since the hotel is under renovation. They take them up on the offer and move into a beautiful mansion. Cam continues to work through her list of things she wants to "accomplish" before she dies. (Some of these are similar to Tessa's list in BEFORE I DIE by Jennifer Downham like: SPOILER **** STOP READING IF YOU DON'T WANT TO KNOW shoplifting and losing their virginity - both do it with a complete stranger)

CONTINUE: I thought the relationship between Asher and Cam was wonderful, sweet, intense.

Overall, a beautiful, fast-pace, well-written YA novel. Expect to laugh, expect to get angry, expect to cry, expect to be touched, expect not to forget these characters. And finally, expect to think about them after you turn the last page!

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Reading Progress

October 25, 2011 – Shelved
Started Reading
April 8, 2012 – Finished Reading

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