Book Reviews of One Last Wish: Three Novels

One Last Wish: Three Novels
One Last Wish Three Novels
Author: Lurlene Mcdaniel
ISBN-13: 9780553571424
ISBN-10: 0553571427
Publication Date: 10/13/1998
Pages: 448
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 28 ratings
Publisher: Laurel Leaf
Book Type: Paperback
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Not my cup of tea..
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This includes "Mother Help me LIve" "let Him live" "Sixteen and Dying"
All sweet books
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This book has 3 stories in one book. Mcdaniel always seems to write about sad teenage love stories about cancer but they are pretty good books! I would recomend this book for a young adult.
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Very good book. Lots of tears and worry. Shows how to handle tragedy and illness.
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I read this book awhile ago but i loved it! Sarah finds out her real mother is the only one who can help her with the bone marrow. I loved this book and hopefully you will too!
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You don't know me, but I know about you.... I can't make you live longer, I can stop you form hurting. But I can give you one wish, as someone did for me.
Three letters. Three last wishes.
In Mother, Help Me Live, Sarah discovers that her birth mother, whom she's never known, is the one person who may have the bone marrow she needs to survive. When Sarah journeys to find her mother, she learns the real meaning of family.
Let Him Live tells the story of Megan's friendship with Donovan, who is hoping to receive a liver transplant. Megan helps make Donovan's wish for his mother and little brother come true, along the way, Megan comes to understand true giving.
In Sixteen and Dying, when Anne finds out that a blood transfusion she had seven years ago has made her future uncertain, being given one wish helps her face her pain. She chooses to spend the summer with her father on a ranch out westand there she meets someone who will change her life.