“That was both the best and worst part, that all that happened was the unintended consequence of a good person’s mistakes.”
Part of the reason I chose this book is that it has something for everyone. It surprises, captivates, and makes us question our own instincts and prejudice.
Miracle Creek” opens with a fatal explosion at a small HBOT (hyperbaric oxygen therapy) facility in rural Virginia, owned and operated by Korean immigrants, Pak Yoo and his wife, Young. On an unusually eventful day marked by protests and a power outage, a fire breaks out near the oxygen tanks during a treatment session. What follows is the unraveling of this small community as we see each person is guilty in their own way, of something but who actually set the fire?
A gripping, fascinating and beautiful read that will leave you questioning, what would I do?
Although this book is way out of the realm of anything we’ve read before, I think that’s also part of the beauty of it
Read with us as we examine the voice of another beautiful minority writer.
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