Algonquin Books: April 2015
"An uplifting miracle of a book." --Will Allison, author of Long Drive Home
"A winning debut . . . Lively, pitch-perfect and assured . . . Roe's story feels just right for our desperate and despairing time, when a miracle--any miracle--will do." --Kirkus Reviews, starred review
The crowds keep coming. More and more every day, drawn by rumor and whisper and desperate wish. They come to Shaker Street to see eight-year-old Anabelle Vincent, who lies in a coma-like state--unable to move or speak. They come because a visitor experienced what seemed like ... View More...