Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Book review : Giselle Green Little Miracles

Little Miracles

Author: Giselle Green
Title: Little Miracles
Genre: Contemporary Fiction, Fiction, Chick Lit, Women's Fiction,

Where I Got The Book From: I bought this book out of money l got for my birthday and it come from a book shop called the works.

Book Dedication: To Eliott, Because we both believe in miracles...

I would tell people that you should step outside your comfort zone with books because it is good to add more authors and genres to your reading portfolio even if you do not read books like this.
I normally do not read books of this genre but l stepped outside my comfort zone with authors and genres l am so glad l did because l have read some many great books and come across some great authors.

This book has 416 pages and 58 chapters in it.

I highly recommend this book but l would tell people to have the follow on book finding you so you can read both straight away.

Book Review from other people:

Praise For Little Miracles:

Utterly heart-wrenching... Have a box of tissues handy – News Of The World.

This is a cracking read that will emotionally involve any parent... Exploring the power and strength of love the ending provides more surprises revelations than an episode of Trisha. A must read –

A Complex emotional Tale that is both heartbreaking and uplifting – Closer.

Morally complex and heart-rending novel – Closer.

A bitter sweet tear-jerker – OK.

A Compelling, tragic read, Though full of surprises and love – The Sun.

Synopsis: When Julia Fearon's Arrives in Spain With Fiancee Charlie And Their Toddler Haydn, She is excited at the prospect of meeting his family. But Julia Happiness is Short-lived as she becomes increasingly isolated from the deeply religious clan, And lies from her past threaten to destroy her future. Tragedy strikes when Julia takes Haydn to the beach. Haydn goes missing presumed he had drowned the search for Haydn gets stopped but Julia does not give up. Hope of seeing her precious little boy again and she will not give up hope of finding Haydn alive. Charlie keeps busy with work when Haydn goes missing. Everybody who knows Julia and Charlie thinks Haydn drowned but Julia does not believe it. Julia is tortured by the thought her child is still alive. Consumed by the fact that they may never know what happened that day. This novel is a heart-warming and emotional.

Review: I found this book really easy to get in to and hard to put down once l started reading it. I am so glad l bought this book now because it is a really good book and l can not put in to words how great this book is l would tell people to read it for themselves to know how great this book is. I am glad this book is in my library and so is the follow on finding you. I was nearly crying at this book because l thought nobody believed Julia about Haydn and l was sad that everybody stopped looking for Haydn and told Julia and Charlie that he had drowned. I was nearly crying when I finished this book because it was so good and l found out there was a follow on and l wanted to know what happened to Haydn and if Julia and Charlie stayed together and got married like they planned before Haydn went missing. I wish l could rate this book more then 5 stars because it is worth more then the 5 stars l rated it.

About the author:  I was born in Chiswick in 1960. When I was 7, the family moved to Gibraltar where in the summer it got so hot we had ‘half-days’ at school. I was one of those rare creatures who loved school but there were beaches to go to. I wasn’t complaining.  Gibraltar is near the tip of North Africa. In the winter it still gets cold though, so like everyone else we watched telly.As a kid, I loved Star Trek and Kung Fu (valiant-but-arrogant Kirk vs Valiant-but-humble Kwai Chang Caine). I wrote fan fiction, putting the crew of The Enterprise through such humorous exploits it made me fall right off my chair. I wrote time slip tales about kids who traveled back to Ancient Egypt. I wrote about a dragon whose best friend was a toad called Groadhop. I wrote and wrote and sent manuscripts off to publishers and – even at 11 – got encouraging feedback and wrote some more.I read voraciously. The best gift I ever got as a kid was my camera. Those days, you had to wait to the end of the roll to develop the photos. You had to be patient and trust. You had to learn the art of delayed gratification. All good qualities for a some-day novelist to develop.At fourteen, I met my soul-mate who I married at eighteen and we’re still together. I appreciate the good people in my life. I am loyal to those who matter. I am a Scorpio. I am interested in astrology and how everything we say and do, says something about what we are, and what we might become. If you ask me what I love (family aside): I love being out in the sunshine, listening to birds singing; I love being by the sea and places where there is a big sky – especially the Med.; I love atmospheric places like castles or walks that lead to old forgotten meadows. I love it when seeds I plant, come up; when birds in the garden visit my bird-feeder. I love being around young people and kids and I am lucky enough to have had six of my own. I love books and films and people that make me feel/think/laugh. I love that I don’t have to commute anywhere to do my job and I can set out my own work-space and I have the freedom to come and go as I like. I am also very happy getting feedback from readers who’ve stayed up till the  wee, small hours to finish one of my books – so if you are one of those, please stop by here some time.Now, that’s enough about me, I have some fictional characters calling!

About the book: the book cover is really nice and beautiful. This book is a tear-jerker with a bit of friendship, Romance, Drama And love.

Star Rating: 5 Out Of 5 Stars.

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