Grade: A+ (100%)
After years of hospitals, treatment centers, and strange witch doctors, sixteen-year-old cancer victim Campbell Cooper only wants to spend what’s left of her short life working at Disneyworld and spending time with her best friend, Jackson.
Her mother, however, has other ideas, and takes Campbell and her sister to a town fifteen hundred miles away, called Promise, Maine, known for the miraculous events that occur there. Campbell, previously disillusioned by all the fake psychics and healers that her mother had already taken her to, wants nothing more to do with “miracles”. As she begins to explore Promise, though, she begins to notice strange, and bizarre things that many residents of the town believe to be miraculous, including herself. After meeting a mysterious boy named Asher and discovering a list of tasks for her to perform before she dies, Campbell begins to allow herself to believe in the power of love and all the miracles that it can create.
A beautiful and heartfelt tale, The Probability of Miracles reminds us that it is not the destination, but the journey. It is a book for all ages, and one that is meant for anyone who doubts the power of love, self-confidence, and miracles.