Audible Dancing on the EdgeAuthor Han Nolan – Bilb-weil.de

When I first started this book, I thought, this is ridiculous This book is so stupid I kept reading it and thought Wow This is powerful stuff It s a book of lies, half truths and trying to find out who you are through the lies.Miracle is told over and over how she survived being pulled from the body of a dead woman, but there s so much she hasn t been told, so much she can only feel about her birth She really just wants to be a normal healthy child, so this book is about her finding her wa When I first started this book, I thought, this is ridiculous This book is so stupid I kept reading it and thought Wow This is powerful stuff It s a book of lies, half truths and trying to find out who you are through the lies.Miracle is told over and over how she survived being pulled from the body of a dead woman, but there s so much she hasn t been told, so much she can only feel about her birth She really just wants to be a normal healthy child, so this book is about her finding her way to that and the rest of her family as well.Read it.Read it again Sometimes people in this book talk in a strange way, but it could be that they are southern The man lesson is, don t lie to your kids Tell them the harsh truths It s healthier This book was amazing, not only because of the amazing plot but because it s about a teenage girl Miracle, who s about fourteen years old and deals with her difficult life It was about a girl who loves dance and trying so hard not give up It s also very sad because both her parents are not there to support her or have fun with her because her mother died right when Miracle was born This usually happens often in America and it s really devastating when you hear it Imagine it, not having a mot This book was amazing, not only because of the amazing plot but because it s about a teenage girl Miracle, who s about fourteen years old and deals with her difficult life It was about a girl who loves dance and trying so hard not give up It s also very sad because both her parents are not there to support her or have fun with her because her mother died right when Miracle was born This usually happens often in America and it s really devastating when you hear it Imagine it, not having a mother carrying you when you were a baby Miracle s dad in this book is probably hiding, I think because in the book they don t clearly state that he is hiding or not hiding One of my favorite characters in this book would be Miracle s grandfather because he took care of Miracle whenever she needed to be taken care of Miracle s grandfather took her in as a relative and I thought that that was a really nice thing to do At least she had the support from her grandfather Grandfather Opal Miracle s grandfather also put Miracle in ballet, where she did a dance and fell in love with Ballet I think that the grandfather put her in there so she could take away the feelings of depression and loneliness for a while I also think that this title goes really good with the overall plot of the story Overall, this book is really good There s always light after the dark You have to go through that dark place to get to it, but it s there, waiting for you It s like riding on a train through a dark tunnel If you get so scared you jump off in the middle of the ride, then you re there, in the tunnel, stuck in the dark You have to ride the train all the way to the end of the ride Dr DeAngelis, Dancing on the Edge, P 210 The style of this book is so unusual that it s hard for me to completely get a grasp on it Living throu There s always light after the dark You have to go through that dark place to get to it, but it s there, waiting for you It s like riding on a train through a dark tunnel If you get so scared you jump off in the middle of the ride, then you re there, in the tunnel, stuck in the dark You have to ride the train all the way to the end of the ride Dr DeAngelis, Dancing on the Edge, P 210 The style of this book is so unusual that it s hard for me to completely get a grasp on it Living through the life story of Miracle McCloy is like being forcibly immersed in dark water, thrust into a murky state in which reality is never fully all that it seems, and people as well as situations are capable of changing on a dime Miracle a preteen and later, teenage, girl is up against circumstances in her life that could confound nearly anyone How much of what she is told is true though, exactly Did her father, Dane, really melt in his clothes, leaving her to the care of her extended family When her mother died before Miracle was even born from her body, was thereto the story than Miracle is being told These are mysteries that can only be unraveled by reading the entire story, by confronting the myriad difficulties of Miracle s life alongside her as she tries to grow normally in a family that doesn t really allow for that So often Miracle finds herself in the familiar position of being a pariah to all around her, and her mind is only capable of handling these battling elements for so long before itgoes up in flames Miracle s pathway to have a chance at a regular life isn t simple, and it s far from comfortable for the involved reader Author Han Nolan holds up a mirror, of sorts, and as the reader passes by in reading this book, his or her own reflection will occasionally be revealed in that mirror There is a lot to learn from this story about ourselves and the emotional connections both good and bad that form in families, and for that, I think that Dancing on the Edge is a worthwhile read I would give it two and a half stars This book really pulls at me It takes a bit to understand where Miracle is coming from She grow up in a very different reality from anyone I ve known I liked her grandmother Gigi but I think she causes Miracle a lot of trouble facing reality She puts way too much on the girl but it makes me wonder how broken she is too Her father frustrates me beyond words Does he even care about anyone UGH And poor Miracle is stuck in everyone elses shadows My heart goes out to her Her struggle with This book really pulls at me It takes a bit to understand where Miracle is coming from She grow up in a very different reality from anyone I ve known I liked her grandmother Gigi but I think she causes Miracle a lot of trouble facing reality She puts way too much on the girl but it makes me wonder how broken she is too Her father frustrates me beyond words Does he even care about anyone UGH And poor Miracle is stuck in everyone elses shadows My heart goes out to her Her struggle with finding herself and being whole Great mental health awareness read Miracle McCloy comes from an unusual family Her father, Dane is a prodigy who published his first book at age thirteen her grandmother, Gigi, is clairvoyant and her mother was dead when her miracle daughter was pulled from her womb Having been raised according to a set of mystical rules and beliefs, Miracle is unable to cope in the real world Lost in a desperate dance among lit candles, she sets herself afire and comes to in a hospital There, a young psychiatrist helps her navigate her painful struggle to take charge of her life Includes a reader s guide and an interview with the author I read this book for the third time after 10 years.I can imagine why it was my favorite book growing up, the loneliness of Miracle, the act of trying to find your true self, it all makes sense now.But this time, I read it in the view of an adult I found out how small acts of parents and relatives can make a huge impact on child s mind That children might held themselves responsible for grown ups behaviors, even the ones that has nothing to do with them This, could make them feel guilty and t I read this book for the third time after 10 years.I can imagine why it was my favorite book growing up, the loneliness of Miracle, the act of trying to find your true self, it all makes sense now.But this time, I read it in the view of an adult I found out how small acts of parents and relatives can make a huge impact on child s mind That children might held themselves responsible for grown ups behaviors, even the ones that has nothing to do with them This, could make them feel guilty and they might not be able to express how they really feel.I would recommend this book to everyone, regardless of their age Especially to the ones that have experienced loneliness at some point in their life, feeling like there is no one in their entire life that understands them and there never will I promise you, there are It might take some time, but you will find them You just have to look harder and seek help This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here i stopped reading iit 4 a little while but then i remembered it and started right were i left off i am really glad that i did I didn t particularly like the beginning, and I was very confused The purposed childish southern accent in the beginning was a nice touch though, and was appreciated I did enjoy how Miracle describes her family members quite bluntly How her Aunt Casey always has lipstick on her teeth seriously, that s always embarrassing Am I right girls My taste in it did get better as the book progressed Minor spoilers Stop now if it bugs you I loved when she finally established a relationship with I didn t particularly like the beginning, and I was very confused The purposed childish southern accent in the beginning was a nice touch though, and was appreciated I did enjoy how Miracle describes her family members quite bluntly How her Aunt Casey always has lipstick on her teeth seriously, that s always embarrassing Am I right girls My taste in it did get better as the book progressed Minor spoilers Stop now if it bugs you I loved when she finally established a relationship with her Grandaddy Opal, and how he truly did love her and was happy she was moving in with him, unlike her first encounters described I am empathetic for Miracle, how she burned her legs and was sent to the suicide ward How she doesn t remember it, because she want to believe another story How she want to think she s nobody to deal with the fact that shes in pain As a person who suffered existential feelings and grew up with a family situation that isn t normal herself, I really connect with her, and almost see a part of me in her Miracle got her name simply from the fact that she was born from he dead mother Miracle McCloy was raised by her grandma, while her dad was kinda around he was still very depressed Not long after her dad disappeared, her grandpas s house was his by a tornado and ruined Miracle has some mental problems Her grandpa allows her to take dance classes even though she is forbidden, because her mother used to be a dancer She finds out her mothers death was actually a suicide, her mother had jumped Miracle got her name simply from the fact that she was born from he dead mother Miracle McCloy was raised by her grandma, while her dad was kinda around he was still very depressed Not long after her dad disappeared, her grandpas s house was his by a tornado and ruined Miracle has some mental problems Her grandpa allows her to take dance classes even though she is forbidden, because her mother used to be a dancer She finds out her mothers death was actually a suicide, her mother had jumped in front of the bus and go ran over miracle was raised with no mother and barley a father and still stayed strong and did what she loved mostDance One of my absolute favorites when i was teen