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Heal the Wounded

Heal the Wounded Heal the Wounded by Lynn Dove is the Readers Favorite WINNER of the Bronze Medal in the Young Adult Coming of Age category The second book in the Wounded Trilogy Heal the Wounded is the much anti

  • Title: Heal the Wounded
  • Author: Lynn Dove
  • ISBN: 978177069121
  • Page: 459
  • Format: Paperback
  • Heal the Wounded by Lynn Dove is the 2011 Readers Favorite WINNER of the Bronze Medal in the Young Adult Coming of Age category The second book in the Wounded Trilogy Heal the Wounded is the much anticipated sequel to Lynn Dove s brilliant debut novel, Shoot the Wounded Heal the Wounded, like Shoot the Wounded, delves even deeper into the real world of teenagers tryHeal the Wounded by Lynn Dove is the 2011 Readers Favorite WINNER of the Bronze Medal in the Young Adult Coming of Age category The second book in the Wounded Trilogy Heal the Wounded is the much anticipated sequel to Lynn Dove s brilliant debut novel, Shoot the Wounded Heal the Wounded, like Shoot the Wounded, delves even deeper into the real world of teenagers trying to live out their faith in the midst of upset and struggle Will these youth find God s healing and hope in the middle of hurt and heartache Brilliantly written, poignantly told, readers who loved Shoot the Wounded will not be disappointed with Heal the Wounded s powerful message and the on the edge of your seat storyline Shellie Neumeier, Author of Driven.

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    1. Lynn Dove on said:

      “Heal the Wounded is the much-anticipated sequel to Lynn Dove’s brilliant debut novel, Shoot the Wounded. Heal the Wounded won a Bronze medal in the 2011 Reader's Favorite Book Awards in the Young Adult - Coming of Age category, and was a finalist in the Christian Fiction Category.After the death of their friend, Ronnie (in Shoot the Wounded), Leigh and Jake are trying to come to terms with the aftermath of Ronnie’s death. As their love grows for one another, Leigh and Jake must face a ser [...]

    2. Tracy Krauss on said:

      HEAL THE WOUNDED is the second in a trilogy by Canadian author Lynn Dove. The entire series is aimed toward the YA market, but it is worth reading no matter what your age. In HEAL THE WOUNDED , we are introduced to several teenagers who are facing some tough problems. First, Jake, a Christian from a loving family, has to deal with the fact that his mother has been diagnosed with cancer. He is still reeling from the death of a close friend and wonders where God is in all of this. His girlfriend L [...]

    3. Mandy Trouten on said:

      When an aunt in Canada sent me these books, I opened the package and thought "Ok, teen books. Worse case, I'll read them to say I did." Now, I want to know what happens next in Leigh's, Jake's and Tim's lives. There was a wide, very realistic, array of personalities used for the characters. Even living a country away from Lynn, there were many times when I felt as if I was reading about people in my life. Page after page, I would feel as if a character was a near mirror image of someone I know. [...]

    4. Shellie Neumeier on said:

      Heal the Wounded, sequel to Shoot the Wounded by author Lynn Dove, is an action-packed tale of tragedy and God's redemption. When one family's home burns down and another is struck by cancer, their teenage children must decide how to face the life-changing moments that are thrust upon them. The care they thought they shared is tested and found lacking as Leigh and her family move away. Especially when Leigh discovers a special friendship in Dylan, a boy from her new hometown. But when Leigh retu [...]

    5. Deborah Malone on said:

      Heal the Wounded is a sequel to Shoot the Wounded. Don't let the title's deter you from reading these books. I read both books in three days. I could not put them down. Lynn has taken the characters in Heal the Wounded and brought them to life. Although these books were written for Young Adults the lessons learned in these two books can be applied to anyone. I've to read since I was a child and I would have given anything to have been able to read books like this when I was in High School. Lynn [...]

    6. Tabitha (Bows & Bullets Reviews) on said:

      The review is also available on my blog, Bows & Bullets ReviewsI must say that I am thoroughly disappointed with this book. I was more than a little nervous to start this novel because it is a Christian novel and I am….well let’s just say I’m not. Though the Christian elements were always present, it’s not what bothered me the most. There were several things that bothered me much more and that it what I will discuss here.I found that the author didn’t seem to really know how to wri [...]

    7. Ingrid on said:

      Overall this book was fairly serious, with several of the characters going through difficult situations in their life (cancer, death, depression, teenage years). On the bright side the majority of the main characters expressed a strong Christian faith that helped them to deal with these situations. Even though I usually enjoy reading books that a a bit lighter, the positive theme of Hope kept me reading it until the end.

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