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November 11th, 2011, 12:09 PM
An Imperfect Miracle, an inspirational story of love and loss, is available through the following online book sellers:

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/An-Imperfect-Miracle-ebook/dp/B005895OT0 (http://www.amazon.com/An-Imperfect-Miracle-ebook/dp/B005895OT0)
Barnes & Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/an-imperfect-miracle-thomas-l-peters/1104012008?ean=2940012761798 (http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/an-imperfect-miracle-thomas-l-peters/1104012008?ean=2940012761798)
Kobo ebook Store: http://www.kobobooks.com/ebook/An-Imperfect-Miracle/book-2W0Y0iZzRE2xVe7kLoEOKA/page1.html (http://www.kobobooks.com/ebook/An-Imperfect-Miracle/book-2W0Y0iZzRE2xVe7kLoEOKA/page1.html)
Diesel ebook Store http://www.diesel-ebooks.com/item/9781611871241/Peters-Thomas-L.-An-Imperfect-Miracle/1.html (http://www.diesel-ebooks.com/item/9781611871241/Peters-Thomas-L.-An-Imperfect-Miracle/1.html)

"This is an extremely interesting story about a spiritual icon that shows up in a rundown area of a sleepy little town. I've never read anything remotely like it, and I really enjoyed how Peters created mystery throughout the story based on Nathan's character. Nathan, having an invisible dog, Chewy, becomes a suspect characters from the very beginning. As the story is told from the first person point of view, the reader must note that all the information received is coming through Nathan himself--and the fact that he can see his deceased dog ultimately forces the reader to question everything Nathan says--including what he sees in terms of Mary's spiritual icon and her healing properties. I thought this was an ingenious way to tell the story, especially as it doesn't force the reader to take a side with either the Catholic or Protestant religion. In fact, the story itself isn't really about religious sects at all, but rather Nathan's perception of events surrounding him.

Peters kept me on edge throughout the entire novel, especially as I attempted to analyze Nathan and all that he presents to the reader. I was surprised by the ending and found myself reanalyzing Nathan, especially as information concerning the icon became available, forcing me to change my opinions of him once again. This is a truly interesting look at the inner workings of human beings and I highly recommend it to all! Four stars!" Shana at A Book Vacation.