Sunday, February 12, 2012

The Probability of Miracles by Wendy Wunder

Cam is a typical 17 year old girl, except she has been fighting cancer for ten years.  When the doctors give up, her mom, in a last effort to save her oldest daughter s, takes her on a trip to a magical city in Maine. Cam who doesn' t believe in hope or miracles reluctantly follows. Even with miracles so close like the flamingos in Maine, purple dandelions, and sunsets that last for hours, Cam still won 't believe. But as she starts to believe in love, she also starts to change. She decides whether she can believe this place can save her or if miracles are for the naive.
I loved this book. It might have been Wendy Wunder s first novel, but you couldn' t tell. The Probability of Miracles is full of emotion. You 'll laugh. You' ll cry. I would warn, it uses a fair amount bad language and some scenes hint at adult things. I would recommend this book to anyone who believes in miracles.

Reviewer Age:13
Reviewer City, State and Country: Cibolo, Texas United States