Miracle by Elizabeth Scott

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Megan survived the plane crash—but can she survive the aftermath? An intense, emotional novel from the author of The Unwritten Rule and Between Here and Forever.

Megan is a miracle. At least, that’s what everyone says. Having survived a plane crash that killed everyone else on board, Megan knows she should be grateful just to be alive. But the truth is, she doesn’t feel like a miracle.

In fact, she doesn’t feel anything at all.

Then memories from the crash start coming back. Scared and alone, Megan doesn’t know whom to turn to. Her entire community seems unable—or maybe unwilling—to see her as anything but Miracle Megan. Everyone except for Joe, the beautiful boy next door with a tragic past and secrets of his own.

All Megan wants is for her life to get back to normal, but the harder she tries to live up to everyone’s expectations, the worse she feels. And this time, she may be falling too fast to be saved...

About Elizabeth Scott

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Elizabeth Scott is the author of Bloom, Perfect You, Living Dead Girl, Something Maybe, The Unwritten Rule, Between Here and Forever, and Miracle, among others. She lives just outside Washington, D.C. with her husband and firmly believes you can never own too many books. Visit her online at ElizabethWrites.com.
Published June 5, 2012 by Simon Pulse. 226 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Romance, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Megan goes from being an ordinary teenager at soccer camp one day to a living miracle the next—with all the heavy baggage that comes with it.

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It works well as an introduction for newer viewers but viewers who know what's going on won't find much new here that they didn't already know about the show.

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“If turned loose into the wild,” she adds, “they would haplessly starve, succumb to predation, and destroy the habitats and lives of most or all natural things.” On the next page, Kingsolver quotes Kahil Gibran on the topic of compassionate slaughtering, ending with the line, “Your blood and my ...

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Thankfully, Megan eventually finds two people that she can relate to – the one person in town she feels like she can trust and talk to, and the one person in the entire small town that may have grieved a somewhat similar situation involving loss.

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Normally, it's hard to find fault with Alexander McCall Smith's lovely books about Precious Ramotswe, the "traditionally built" proprietor of the No.

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