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In this luminous first novel, believing is the most impossible thing "Science is just not enough this time, Campbell Soup. What you need is a miracle." With thosewords, sixteen-year-old Cam knows that hopingfor a future, or even a normal life, is out the window. Her mother picks the whole family up and moves them cross-country to Promise, Maine--a place known for its mystical healing powers. Cam, a die-hard non believer, isn't buying it. There's no such thing as miracles. But the longer she spendsin Promise, the more Cam learns to believe in many things she never used to-including myself. This debut novel from an immensely talented new writer crackles with wit, romance, and humor. It will leave readers laughing and crying with each turn of the page.
When she's not writing or spending time with her miraculous daughter, Cadence, Wendy teaches yoga in Boston. Like Cam, she has always wanted a Volkswagen Beetle in Vapor. The Probability of Miracles is her first novel, and yes, Wendy Wunder is her real name. You can visit her online at www.probabilityofmiracles.com.