Little Miracles

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  • Paperback
  • 416 pages
  • Little Miracles
  • Giselle Green
  • 05 August 2018
  • 9781847560681

10 thoughts on “Little Miracles

  1. says:

    When Julia Fearon, her boyfriend Charlie and their son Haydn, go to Malaga to meet Charlie s family, Julia is thrilled at the prospect Her optimism is short lived when it turns out Charlie s family are incredibly religious and they re pressurising Julia about her upcoming wedding to Charlie.Trouble is, Julia has a secret that could ruin her future Then tragedy strikes after an argument with Charlie s abuela, Julia decides to take Haydn to the beach There, Haydn disappears Julia is frantic trying to find her son whereas Charlie loses himself in his work to help him get through his tragedy The question is Is Haydn alive or is Julia just struggling to come to terms with Haydn s death When I picked up this book I saw that Giselle Green was billed as the English Jodi Picoult I hate authors being likened to other authors, particularly likening an author to Jodi Picoult she s in a league of her own when it comes to her books However I see where the billing has come from Giselle is similar to Jodi and asks the question of what s the best way to get over the disappearance of your child Little Miracles is told in alternating first person chapters between Julia and Charlie and that s an interesting tack for Giselle to take If there s to be than one main character in a book, authors generally go third person, but I thought Giselle alternated her chapters well between the two and I thought the first person narrative allowed us to really see what was going on in the heads of Julia and Charlie.I loved Julia straight away I could totally understand why she felt ostracised with everything going on all around her in Malaga I did wish that she d told Charlie and Charlie s family sooner about her secret but bar that, I thought Julia was a great character Her reaction to her son s disappearance was one I would expect Giselle wrote about the pain of a mother fabulously well I was right there at that beach with Julia when she realised Haydn was missing and I never left her side in her bid to discover the truth I could also see Charlie s point of view Yes, it seemed as if he got over the whole thing incredibly quickly but the contrast between the two parents was done really well so I could perfectly understand Charlie throwing himself into his work to try and get over it all I could see both points of view and didn t agree or disagree with either, as far as I m concerned there was no wrong way to get over the loss disappearance of a child The difference of opinion about Haydn s alleged disappearance only added to the book, giving it an extra element.I loved the descriptions of Malaga and liked the Spanish phrases thrown into the book I could understand all of the words so didn t need an online translator there s nothing worse reading a book with some foreign sentences in you don t understand While Charlie s family were a bit too full on I did like them Particularly Charlie s abuela grandmother I thought she had hidden depths and I thought she was an incredibly sweet person I was incredibly sad to learn of her illness I also quite liked Eva and Roberto, Charlie s brother and sister in law They seemed like genuine people but I could see why Julia felt left out and overwhelmed by everything Particularly after Haydn s disappearance There s also some hidden depths to our main characters, Julie and Charlie Both were told things about their past that wasn t particularly true as we found out through out the book.When I was reading this book I had a feeling of I ve heard this somewhere before and after going on Sky News, I was reminded of what it was the Madeline McCann disappearance It s not that they re similar in the way the two children disappeared but they are alike In both cases, the feeling is that the parents will never find out what happened to their children.Fianlly, I have to mention the ending It s quite ambiguous and it could drive some people insane why read 400 pages of a book and have that kind of ending Yes, I got a flickering feeling of annoyance but thinking about it, it kind of works I m incredibly curious and, after I finish writing this, I plan to find the authors site and ask her about the ending and why she wrote that, but overall it kind of works It finishes the book albeit with a few question marks but it also potentially paves the way for a sequel.I m really starting to enjoy women s fiction books that aren t about 20 30 something ditzy women, like Catherine Ryan Hyde and now, Giselle Green I ll be looking out for Giselle s debut as well as any future books she may write as her writing really is great If you re a Jodi Picoult or Catherine Ryan Hyde fan I d wholly recommend this Heck, I d recommend it regardless of who you re a fan of.

  2. says:

    I liked some of this book, about two thirds, hated the ending It was almost like the author didn t know how to finish the book so just picked something out of mid air That said, I thought the book was well written, but I do think that the author struggled to convey the sheer desperation that the mother was feeling I love Jodi Picoult books and hoped that this would measure up but, sadly, it didn t.

  3. says:

    A real weepie I empathised a lot as I have a 2 year old little boy and am pregnant again with my 2nd Giselle Green has done it again, I read it in 2 days When is her next one coming out This story is about a couple whose son goes missing whilst they are on holiday, but as if that wasnt bad enough, they also have their own issues to deal with that have been buried for a long time, so you keep uncovering layers of the characters It is not only the tale of how the parents deal with the loss of their son but a journey of self discovery for each of them as individuals and as a couple I strongly recommend it I have now re read this as I m about to start the follow on finding you And I ve loved this book even second time round.

  4. says:

    I am not sure what i can say about this bookexcept it blew me away The whole story is amazing and takes you on journey no parent wants to go on, but also teaches you at the heart and soul Beautifully written, with a total insight in to the minds of the two most important people other than Hadyn I cannot praise this book enough, but dot want to say to much and end up putting spoilers.

  5. says:

    I m sorry to say I regret reading this book The ending really did disappoint me although from reading Giselle Green s website it suggests we are able to come to a conclusion about the ending I was tempted to read so of her other titles but Unsure i ll just be disappointed again

  6. says:

    brilliant read

  7. says:

    boring, drawn out and a silly ending

  8. says:

    Great idea for a book Just not well written.

  9. says:

    This book was very drawn out, but had a good plot However, the ending made me very angry I felt like I read through the whole book for nothing.

  10. says:

    Very sad but they did find him in the end

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