By Sarah Aronson
When Janine Collins used to be six years previous, she used to be the one survivor of a suicide bombing that killed her mom and dad and dozens of others. Media assurance immediately became her right into a image of wish, peace, faith—of no matter what someone sought after her to be. Now, at the ten-year anniversary of the bombing, journalists are camped outdoor her residence, desirous to revisit the tale of the "Soul Survivor."
Janine does not wish the fame—or the pressure—of being a jogging miracle. however the information cycle is not the simply factor status among her and an ordinary lifestyles. all people wishes whatever from her, expects anything of her. Even her closest acquaintances are urging her to take advantage of her name-recognition for a "worthy cause." yet that is not anything in comparison to the hopes of Dave Armstrong—the guy who, a decade in the past, pulled Janine from the rubble. Now he is a spiritual chief whose fans think Janine has therapeutic powers.
The scariest half? they could be correct.
If she's the Soul Survivor, what does she owe the folk who think in her? If she's now not the Soul Survivor, who's she?
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Believe (Fiction - Young Adult) by Sarah Aronson