[Reading] ➾ The Orphanage of Miracles (The Orphanage of Miracles, #1) ➵ Amy Neftzger – Pocket-bikes.us

The Orphanage of Miracles (The Orphanage of Miracles, #1) Perhaps Everyone Could Use A Miracle, But Very Few Will Find The One They Truly Need.Amid A War Torn Land And Hidden Deep Within An Enchanted Forest Lays An Orphanage Where Miracles Abound It S A Magical Place Created Years Ago By A Resolute King Who Must Defeat An Evil Sorcerer Waging Bitter War Against His Land And His People He Knew That In Order To Save His People, Victory Would Require A Miracle.A Young Girl Named Kelsey Also Desperately Needs A Miracle She Sets Out On A Quest To Find The Whispered Of Orphanage Along The Way She S Joined By Several Traveling Companions, Including An Over Sized Snow Leopard And A Boy Who Cannot Speak In A Land Under A Spell Cast By The Evil Sorcerer, It S Difficult To Know The Difference Between What S Real And What Isn T And What A True Friend Looks Like Join Kelsey And Her Companions As They Embark On An Extraordinary Adventure And A Quest Unlike Any Other And Take A Peek Inside The Orphanage Of Miracles.

[Reading] ➾ The Orphanage of Miracles (The Orphanage of Miracles, #1)  ➵ Amy Neftzger – Pocket-bikes.us
  • Hardcover
  • 326 pages
  • The Orphanage of Miracles (The Orphanage of Miracles, #1)
  • Amy Neftzger
  • English
  • 04 November 2018
  • 0984803484

    10 thoughts on “[Reading] ➾ The Orphanage of Miracles (The Orphanage of Miracles, #1) ➵ Amy Neftzger – Pocket-bikes.us


  1. says:

    I really wanted to enjoy this book I like the story The central idea that s there has a lot of promise However, I think the book itself could benefit from a few things First, another round of editing There are some clunky bits that could be cleaned up particularly, the overly expository style of the beginning of the book could use some work.I was intrigued at the beginning because the author does a good job of setting up a mystery for the reader I enjoyed that However, as the book progre I really wanted to enjoy this book I like the story The central idea that s there has a lot of promise However, I think the book itself could benefit from a few things First, another round of editing There are some clunky bits that could be cleaned up particularly, the overly expository style of the beginning of the book could use some work.I was intrigued at the beginning because the author does a good job of setting up a mystery for the reader I enjoyed that However, as the book progresses, the pacing just makes the wh...


  2. says:

    Myth like fairy tale for preteen setWritten as a myth like fairy tale and aimed at preteen readers, Orphanage of Miracles has a nice stereotype flip the main girl character is strong and fearless while the main boy character is compassionate and level headed A faraway war is making life difficult for everyone and the king is missing, so children living at an orphanage hidden within an enchanted forest are given the job of tying to create a miracle to set things right In another part of the ki Myth like fairy tale for preteen setWritten as a myth like fairy tale and aimed at preteen readers, O...


  3. says:

    A serious quest with a silly journey to a place made for miracles, The Orphanage of Miracles was a zaney read that kids will enjoy It was full of nonsensical things that of course made complete sense Everyone knew that the orphanage had an enchanted forest on one side, but no one seemed to know exactly on which side it was located Every time someone identified where it was, it seemed as if that part of the forest moved somewhere else pg 2The description aptly tells you everything you can ex A serious quest with a silly journey to a place made for miracles, The Orphanage of Miracles was a zaney read that kids will enjoy It was full of nonsensical things that of course made complete sense Everyone knew that the orphanage had an enchanted forest on one side, but no one seemed to know exactly on which side it was located Every time someone identified where it was, it seemed as if that part of the forest moved somewhere else pg 2The description aptly tells you everything you can expect down to the key characters It is a story however, mostly told from two perspectives that of Nicholas a boy who lives and works in the Orphanage of Miracles and Kelsey a girl in search of a mirac...


  4. says:

    I won a copy from Goodreads First Reads The Orphanage of Miracles is a strange, but wonderful read It s not confusing, but it is befuddling and mad, in a good way Told from two POVs, The Orphanage of Mir...


  5. says:

    Leopards and foxes and kings, oh my This magical adventure in, to quote the author, The Land of Make Believe, is very well done It is books like this that gave me my love of reading as a child It engages the imagination from start to finish.I loved the characters in this book The girls are strong and brave and the boys are kind and compassionate They are interesting, curious, and generally likeable The lessons they learn during the story are clearly relevant to their lives The book is m Leopards and foxes and kings, oh my This magical adventure in, to quote the author, The Land of Make Believe, is very well done It is books like this that gave me my love of reading as a child It engages the imagination from start to finish.I loved the characters in this book The girls are strong and brave and the boys are kind and compassionate They are interesting, curious, and generally likeable The lessons they learn during the story are clearly relevant to their lives The book is made up of two separate stories that merge in the end It alternates between the two but the common thread is evident all the way through The end sets up nicely for the sequel, which is not yet released.I would definitely recommend this book to the targeted age group as well as to adults as a fun and engaging read Kudos to Cory Basil for a fabulous cover and illustrations Although I usua...


  6. says:

    Read my full review opinion I have had the pleasure of knowing Ms Neftzger for several years She has been a Sisterhood of the Traveling Book author member Her books have always focused on adult literature and while good, her literature didn t really stand out to her competitors My opinion of this author changed when I read The Orphanage of Miracles This book grasped me immediately It is a wonderful, CLEAN read for middle school readers, which allows them to use th Read my full review opinion I have had the pleasure of knowing Ms Neftzger for several years She has been a Sisterhood of the Traveli...


  7. says:

    A refreshingly original story of young people who aren t afraid to think outside the box It s hard not to relate to Nicholas and his friends, who are expected to come up with results without being given instructions I was intrigued by the story from page one, waiting to find out how it was possible to manufacture a miracle Kelsey s story took longer to pull me in, but as she learned to care for others, I too cared for her I would definitely recommend it, and I intend to look out fo...


  8. says:

    This is a cute fantasy pre teen book I had fun reading this Loved how the two stories came together The characters were great.


  9. says:

    I received a free copy from NetGalley I m glad to see there are now , as this very much read as the first in a series Some decent messages about choices The magic isn t too crazy or unbelievable and it strangely fit in very well with people seeing not seeing truth fiction with the current politic...


  10. says:

    A wholly believable new worldAmyNeftzger creates a totally believable new world I was hooked right from the start After all, who wouldn t want to create miracles, right The Orphanage of Miracles is divided into two points of view that you know will merge into one.The first storyline involves the protagonist, Nicholas, Maggie and Jovan in the Orphanage How they came to be there is a mystery to them They are under the guidance of the kindly Taro, with the instructions to manufacture miracles A wholly believable new worldAmyNeftzger creates a totally believable new world I was hooked right from the start After all, who wouldn t want to create miracles, right The Orphanage of Miracles is divided into two points of view that you know will merge into one.The first storyline involves the protagonist, Nicholas, Maggie and Jovan in the Orphanage How they came to be there is a mystery to them They are under the guidance of the kindly Taro, with the instructions to manufacture miracles to help the King to win the war against a sorcerer The children are in puzzlement ...

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