March 14, 2014

The Probability of Miracles by Wendy Wunder Review




   The Probability of Miracles is a book that changed my life. Cam Cooper has been in and out of hospitals for the last seven years with cancer, and her mother has decided it is time for a change. Therefore, her mother, her sister, and Cam travel to Promise, Maine, a place known for the miracles that happen there. Cam does not believe in miracles but she feels that she has to humor her family to make them feel better. However, Cam starts to believe that miracles may be possible when she begins to fall for a boy, Asher, and wonderful things begin to happen. Cam starts to see the appeal of Promise, but it might be too late.
    The Probability of Miracles is a book that will stay with me for a while. The story is so touching and inspiring that it makes you want to be a better person. By the end of the book, I was in tears. Cam is such a complex character that she was unpredictable which I love in a story. There is a love story here but that is not what the book is about. The book is about believing in something, realizing that loving someone makes your stronger, and that sometimes we make mistakes but it is okay. This book is like TFiOS in some ways but it is completely different in others. I recommend this book to anyone who loved TFiOS, and who loves a good life changing story. I gave it five out of five stars.