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Flames of Redemption

Flames of Redemption Fifteen year old Jane Carter s last foster family was abusive Broken and scarred her search for healing with her new family and the prospect of facing her abuser again lead her to a decision cling

  • Title: Flames of Redemption
  • Author: Michelle Thompson
  • ISBN: 9781599555058
  • Page: 336
  • Format: Paperback
  • Fifteen year old Jane Carter s last foster family was abusive Broken and scarred, her search for healing with her new family, and the prospect of facing her abuser again, lead her to a decision cling on to her hate, fear, and bitterness or, like the mythical phoenix, let herself be engulfed in flames and be reborn from the ashes.

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      Published :2020-02-12T23:07:25+00:00

    About "Michelle Thompson"

    1. Michelle Thompson

      Michelle Thompson grew up in New Mexico, Tennessee and Arizona and has twelve brothers and sisters biological, adopted and step She has a Bachelor s degree from Arizona State University in Family and Human Development She is the author of Taming the Wind , a young adult fiction novel and Flames of Redemption , a young adult fiction novel, and has had multiple freelance columns published in Arizona State University s newspaper, The State Press, and in the Douglas Daily Dispatch Douglas, Arizona She has also written a children s book, Afraid, a book for children at risk for Huntington s disease , printed by the Huntington s disease Society of America She currently lives in Arizona with her husband and their three boys.

    172 Comments

    1. This was a painful, yet gripping book from start to finish. It's not my usual light read by any means. I enjoyed Michelle's first book which was also tough for me to read, so I thought I'd give this a shot. It is a story about an orphaned teenager who has been brutally assaulted by her foster father and all the scars inside and out she is struggling to deal with. She is broken beyond belief but much to her chagrin, she must keep moving forward. I loved the side character's in Jane's life. Her ne [...]


    2. I juuuuust. Hate. Everything about this book. Every single thing, I cannot think of one thing I liked.The main character is an abused foster child and while this is sad and I feel bad for what she went through-- I fucking hated her. I hated her so much, I'm not even sure I can compile a list of reasons and examples. Suffice to say this is 200 pages of her whining. Go on, tell me I'm heartless, I can take it. None of this story is believable or realistic in the slightest. Oh her foster father jus [...]


    3. Before reading this book I was warned that it was intense and it definitely was but it was a story that needed to be written. I feel this book gives those who have suffered with abuse a voice. It was easy to connect with Jane, the main character and feel each emotion she had. This book is for adults and older youth.



    4. This was a good book. A young woman is abused by her foster father. She gets sent to another family. She is like the phoenix rising from the ashes after its rebirth.



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