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Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Waiting on Wednesday (69) Miracle by Elizabeth Scott + Crazy Dangerous by Andrew Klavan

So how's your week everyone? Thanksgiving is just around the corner, so I bet everyone's busy! Anyone here planning to shop during Black Friday?
Waiting on Wednesday is hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine

Title: Miracle by Elizabeth Scott
Release Date: June 5th 2012
Published by: Simon Pulse
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Summary (from Goodreads):

I sat there and wondered again why I'd lived…

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. 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 who to turn to. Her entire community
seems unable—or maybe unwilling—to see her as anything but Miracle Megan. 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. This time, she may be falling too fast to be saved…

Why I'm waiting for Miracle by Elizabeth Scott:


Read the summary and tell me you do not want to read this book? It just sounds so heartbreaking and sad and emotional and very YA contemporary. Even the cover looks so somber, even sad. I've read a few of Elizabeth Scott's books and even though I have mixed feelings over them, this one just sounds so fabulous and I can honestly say I'm so excited for this book to come out!

Title: Crazy Dangerous by Andrew Klavan
Release Date: May 8th 2012
Published by: Thomas Nelson
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Summary (from Goodreads):

"You probably want to hear about Jennifer and the demons and how I played chicken with a freight train and—oh yeah—the weird murder and how I found out about it—you're definitely going to want to hear about that. But first, I have to tell you about the stupidest thing I ever did . . ."

Sam Hopkins is bored with his status as a preacher's kid. So when a group of guys notorious for being in trouble offers him friendship, he accepts. Before long, he has several new skills—including hot-wiring cars.

At school, there's an eccentric loner named Jennifer. When Sam defends her from being bullied, she begins to seek him out as her only friend. Her ramblings often seem illogical . . . but then start to contain grains of truth. One leads Sam to discover that one of his new friends has been killed. And then she tells him, "I'm looking for the devil." Sam doesn't know what that means, but he knows it's a matter of life and death that he figure it out.

Everyone else thinks Jennifer is suffering from schizophrenia. But Sam is starting to wonder if there could be something prophetic in her words. Discovering the truth is going to be both crazy and dangerous.

Why I'm waiting for Crazy Dangerous:

I always love a read which will keep me guessing and thinking and this book sounds just like that. Crazy Dangerous sounds like a psychological YA thriller that will keep the readers on their feet, and I think the plot's pretty interesting. If you're a schizophrenic how do you separate reality and hallucinations? Curiouser and curiouser...

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