Unborn

Kerry Thompson is not supposed to exist Kerry Thompson was aborted nineteen years ago and survived Nineteen years later, Kerry contends with a myriad of health conditions and a heart full of hatred.A stint in the hospital sees Kerry cross paths with Sahara, a quirky little girl living in the pediatric ward, and her day nurse, Daniel, whose heart is as big as his earringKerry Thompson is not supposed to exist Kerry Thompson was aborted nineteen years ago and survived Nineteen years later, Kerry contends with a myriad of health conditions and a heart full of hatred.A stint in the hospital sees Kerry cross paths with Sahara, a quirky little girl living in the pediatric ward, and her day nurse, Daniel, whose heart is as big as his earring collection Challenged by their offers of friendship, Kerry starts to reevaluate his outlook on life his self image and just how well he understands his mother.
Unborn Kerry Thompson is not supposed to exist Kerry Thompson was aborted nineteen years ago and survived Nineteen years later Kerry contends with a myriad of health conditions and a heart full of hatred A

  • Title: Unborn
  • Author: Rose Christo
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 385
  • Format: ebook
  • 1 thought on “Unborn”

    1. *sigh*Have I ever felt this emotional after reading a YA book? I don’t think so. I didn’t believe Suicide Watch could be beaten, because that made me very emotional throughout, (no, I didn’t cry, but I did feel very upset after I read it) but this has actually surpassed that on my list of most emotional YA books. It’s made a lasting impression with me. And the characters and their stories, will stay with me for a long time to come.Unborn is Kerry’s very powerful story. He is a nineteen [...]

    2. Do you ever finish a book and you really can't decide if you actually liked it or not? That's how I'm feeling at the moment.This has to be one of the most depressing books I've read in a long time. OK I wasn't expecting a hearts and flowers read, this is in no way a romance. But I guess I wasn't expecting it to be so dark either.This is a look at a group of people all suffering in some way, (understatement) and they way they bond over time.I think a lot of people will see this as full of hope, t [...]

    3. Started reading this when I was halfway through Blind Faith and it was sort of a balancing act going between the two stories. Blind Faith was a total comfort read, it made me snuggle up in my sofa or my bed and just enjoy it-the slow progress of Carter and Isaac's relationship was sweet, Isaac's acceptance of Brady was heartwarming (though Isaac's short temper deserved a noogie or two), and the whole awesomeness that was Brady himself-he deserves an unlimited supply of treats. Definitely a good [...]

    4. 4.5 stars.Heartbreaking but so damn good! Would love to read more about Kerry, Daniel, Sahara and their friends!

    5. I really love this writer's style and will buy anything she writes, however while based on the blurb I did not expect the light and fluffy read, I did not expect that level of grim and depressing either. Opinions on that may differ, it is just the action pretty much happens in the hospital and the main characters are very sick kids - not just main character. Of course there is also light and hope and even love in progress being developed for main character, but this is not an escapist book, real [...]

    6. I've never cried so much. Seriously. This book is perfect. If you're happy, go read it - it will make you sad. If you're already sad, it will make you sadder than ever.But there's some comforth in being sad.

    7. I don't cry in books. I just can't. I don't know why. But in this book I was almost crying. Specially in the beginning of the book. All this abortion, cancer, and hospital stuff was making me very depressed.When I thought the protagonist was getting better BAM! He's getting worst. When I thought this couldn't get sadder BAM! It gets more sad. Still, I loved this book a lot. Even though it IS very sad, it has something that gets you to keep reading: HOPE. I liked this quote very much:"I'm not sic [...]

    8. This book left me with a lot of thoughts. While it’s not an easy topic to discuss in a book, the author did a very good job. First of all, because the book doesn’t preach; the author doesn’t try to impose her own opinions about abortion, though you can probably tell what her opinion on the matter is, she just presents different situations about particular characters, without saying that this person was right in doing that or wrong for doing this other thing.Also, while the book has a sort [...]

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