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The Miracle Tree by Christobel Mattingley
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The Miracle Tree (1985)

by Christobel Mattingley

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OK, a little contrived. Like the message but that was about it. ( )
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For all who have suffered from Nagasaki and Hiroshima and for all who work for peace.
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In the city of Nagasaki on the Japanese island of Kyushu three people lived for twenty years hoping for a miracle.
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Separated by the explosion of the atomic bomb, a husband, wife, and mother carry on with their lives in the ruins of Nagasaki and are eventually reunited one Christmas by a very special tree.

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