The e-book The Sanctuary of Our Lady of Lourdes: The History and Legacy of the Catholic Church’s Haven of Miracles is a difficult book for me to evaluate because I enjoyed some parts of the book and hated other parts. The e-book starts out by describing February 12, 2008, procession to the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Lourdes that was attended by 26 bishops, 800 priests, and many others. Next, the area around the sanctuary is described. The history (ancient history to the time of Bernadette) of Lourdes is described along with associated mythology. The e-book described Bernadette Soubirous low-income family and indicated that Bernadette had asthma and complications from cholera. She did not attend school, so she was illiterate, but the book seems to indicate that she was a special need individual with intellectual and physical disabilities. One day she met the Virgin Mary at the grotto that would ultimately become the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Lourdes. At first, no one believed her story, but after various investigations, her story was accepted. At some point, the Virgin Mary told Bernadette “I am the Immaculate Conception.” The e-book strongly indicated that Bernadette’s visions enabled Lourdes to become prosperous. The rest of the book describes the various churches that were built around the grotto and whether the miracles that may or may not have been performed there were real. I do not pretend to know whether actual miracles were performed there, but according to some of the visitors, they obtained a peacefulness and purpose of life. The book seems to attack the faith of those who believe in the healing associated with the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Lourdes. I learned a great deal about the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Lourdes.