Mr. Miracle

Mr. Miracle

A Christmas Novel

Book - 2015
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Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, 2015.
Copyright Date: ©2014.
ISBN: 9780553391664
Characteristics: 354 pages ;,18 cm.
Additional Contributors: Skye, Christina
Skye, Christina - Author
Alternative Title: Mister Miracle


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Dec 18, 2015

"Mr. Miracle" is a nice Christmas read. The characters Addie and Erich are fun and charming to read about. Needless to say, the plot revolves around their romantic relationship. Besides the human characters, Harry Mills also presents a fun angel character the audience can enjoy. While poor Harry has a lot to learn about humans, he gradually learns by his mistakes what the best decision should be. It must be noted that the novel ends somewhat abruptly. It almost felt like the full arc of narrative wasn't completely developed. Also, the title is somewhat deceiving. Nowhere in the book is there a Mr. Miracle (although Harry is suppose to be reflective of the title); this seemed a bit odd. "Mr. Miracle" is enjoyable but definitely not as nicely developed as "Call Me Mrs. Miracle" for example.

Jul 13, 2015

Reading a Debbie Macomber book is like drinking a hot cup of soothing herbal tea on a cold winter's afternoon. I enjoyed the characters, I enjoyed the gentle storyline and I found it a predicably heartwarming read.

Nov 22, 2014

I enjoyed the characters and story. Nice light read.

karcoldelharvic5 Nov 03, 2014

sorry, I liked it

LaughingOne Nov 02, 2014

Definitely not as good as her other Christmas light reads.

Oct 31, 2014

Utterly disappointing!!! Occasionally, I enjoy reading a light uplifting book. Last year, I picked up Debbie Macomber's "Starry Night" and thoroughly enjoyed it, so I was excited to read as soon "Mr. Miracle" when I saw it. This book is so bad! "Mr. Miracle" doesn't even read as if it was written by the same author. There is absolutely no character development, which is sad as the story line did have potential, even though it was nothing new. It was so lame that it felt more like a expanded draft of a beginning writer, rather than a work from a seasoned author. Reading "Mr. Miracle" wasted 3 hours of my precious reading time, in the most boring of matters.

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