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Anybody's Miracle by Laura Hercher

Anybody's Miracle

by Laura Hercher

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A touching novel which combines modern reproductive medicine with an emotional story on how two families, strangers to each other, were connected through IVF. The author's unique prose and story-telling reels you in right from the beginning, grabs tight and doesn't let go until the end of the book. Even after the book is over, you are left to ponder the complexity of issues surrounding IVF, something I had never truly considered until now. I was right there with all the characters as they navigated through a myriad of issues including ethics, family, love and compassion for others. The author has found a way to bring an important topic to light through a truly heart-warming story. The book has something for everyone and is a must read! ( )
  CAHall | Oct 28, 2013 |
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Modern technology has given Robin and John Hogan the family of their dreams – but not without a cost. In secret, Robin longs for one other child, her own but not her own, a child that haunts her dreams. Her obsession threatens to destroy their hard-won happiness, and leads her into an uneasy relationship with a stranger, and a desperate battle for the life of the one small girl they both love.

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