Q&D Review: ‘Miracle’ by Elizabeth Scott #ATBF12

Rating: 4

The Low Down: High school girl survives plane crash.

Best Thang ‘Bout It: It’s real, it’s hard to read in places, and there’s no neat little bow at the end. I love fantasy and happy endings, but reading something that positively could happen is very powerful. The main character’s inner conflicts, change in her behavior, and inability to connect with her family and friends are spot-on. I also like the secondary stories with Joe, the next-door neighbor, and Margaret, the Vietnam vet.

I’m Cranky Because: Huh. I don’t think I have anything to put here.

Should You?: Yes, especially if you like to shed some tears.

Miracle was published on June 5, 2012 by Simon Pulse.

Genre: Young Adult Contemporary Romance
Ages: 14 and up

Find this book at Amazon and Abe Books

2 thoughts on “Q&D Review: ‘Miracle’ by Elizabeth Scott #ATBF12”

  1. I am not a huge fan of contemporary..i find them to be too real and I end up getting too emotional invested or cannot connect. This sounds like a worthwhile read. Every once in a while I read something like this., so I am filing the tittle away for when the mood strikes! Lovely Q&D review

    1. I don’t know if it’s because I set myself on a path to read a lot of fantasy, but I haven’t read much in the YA Contemporary arena either. I have liked the couple of books read so far. Thanks for the comment, Kimba.

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