Dry, sarcastic, 16-year-old Cam Cooper has spent the last seven years in and out hospitals. The last thing she wants to do in the short life she has left is move 1,500 miles away to Promise, Maine - a place known for the miraculous events that occur there. But it's undeniable that strange things happen in Promise: everlasting sunsets; purple dandelions; flamingoes in the frigid Atlantic; an elusive boy named Asher; and finally, a mysterious envelope containing a list of things for Cam to do before she dies. As Cam checks each item off the list, she finally learns to believe - in love, in herself, and even in miracles.
A debut novel from an immensely talented new writer, The Probability of Miracles crackles with wit, romance, and humor and will leave listeners laughing and crying.
©2011 Wendy Wunder (P)2011 Penguin
honest expression of teenage feelings facing death.
The main character, because she could still be surprised by life even though she didn't want to be. She also learned that her attitude and comments, no matter how true, could hurt others. License is not grace.
He voice and narration were perfect for the main character and all the others.
The last scene when she followed the flamingo and her whole family was with her.
This story has stayed with me for a long time. I was really rooting for each person.
I like to read VERY much .. I'm obsessed with reading I don't have time to actually read a book so I've been a listener for three years now
Emma Galvin .. Maybe
Wendy Wunder .. if it is the same as this one no
yes , because I don't like to read about diseases and death they make me so sad
hmm , I don't remember having a favorite scene in this book
I hope not , and if they are planning to do they may have to change things to make it good because the book is so so sad
I'm looking for a happy ending that's why I didn't like this book so much
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