Giuseppe Bianco {Kindle ePUB} A Girl Named Willow Krimble (Willow Krimble, #1)

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The feisty and sarcastic Razzel Fiora and she has a close relationship with her grandmother Seems pretty normal right It might be if the two most popular girls in middle school Shayla Stergus and Snella Burenbine did not taunt and remind her on a daily basis that she was born without her left legForced to maneuver through obstacles most teenagers would not need to tackle Willow is suddenly blessed or cursed with the unusual power to heal others through touch Ever selfless Willow’s desire to help the injured and sick thrusts her into a world where she is given immense responsibility putting the needs of others before he. I won a copy of A Girl Named Willow Krimble in a Goodreads giveaway and it took me a little while to get around to reading it When I finally did pick it up it took me a few chapters to really get into the story I think this was because the main character was a little younger than I m typically used to reading However once I got into the story I really enjoyed it uite a lotWillow was a very likable character She s kind and caring and often puts others ahead of herself She also doesn t let her disability hinder her She could be something of a pushover at times but rather than finding that frustrating as can often be the case I found her to be extremely easy to relate toThe story itself was pretty interesting There were many things throughout the story that were typical for a teenager which was fine but it was the mysterious element that really hooked me into the storyWithout really any sort of notable catalyst Willow finds herself suddenly able to heal others This resulted in some very touching moments and exchanges throughout the bookThere were a lot of heavy issues touched upon throughout the book but there was also a host of colorful characters to balance out the situations In the end I found it to be a very sweet and touching story that was a real treat to read Devoted to Drew younger than I m typically used to reading However once I got into the story I really enjoyed it uite a lotWillow was a very likable character She s kind and caring and often puts others ahead of herself She also doesn t let her disability hinder her She could be something of a pushover at times but rather than finding that frustrating as can often be the case I found her to be extremely easy to relate toThe story itself was pretty interesting There were many things throughout the story that were typical for a teenager which was fine but it was the mysterious element that really hooked me into the storyWithout really any sort of notable catalyst Willow finds herself suddenly able to heal others This resulted in some very touching moments and exchanges throughout the bookThere were a lot of heavy issues touched upon throughout the book but there was also a host of colorful characters to balance out the situations In the end I found it to be a very sweet and touching story that was a real treat to read

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A Girl Named Willow Krimble (Willow Krimble, #1)

So you’ve just discovered that the person who has tormented mocked and humiliated you for the past three years is lying in the school parking lot bleeding internally from a hit and run accident No one else is around and you need to get to a life and death family emergency of your own before it is too late What would you do Oh did I mention you have the secret ability to heal others just by touching them This is just one of the many situations 13 year old Willow Krimble must face in this Web Novel A Girl Named Willow KrimbleWillow lives with her mother and older brother Wyatt; she loves hanging out with her best friend. There is A LOT going on with Willow Krimble She discovers that she has the ability to heal people and animals her grandmother dies and she is being bullied She manages everything including a fallout with her best friend in a mature way Willow is a likable character sometimes she seems a bit older than she is supposed to be Copping It Sweet (Murphys Law you’ve just discovered that the person who has tormented mocked and humiliated Ill Be Yours for Christmas (Harlequin Blaze, you for the past three Her Babys Bodyguard (Eagle Squadron years is lying in the school parking lot bleeding internally from a hit and run accident No one else is around and If Wishes Were...Daddies you need to get to a life and death family emergency of West of Heaven your own before it is too late What would Putting Out of Your Mind you do Oh did I mention Under the Knife / Whistleblower you have the secret ability to heal others just by touching them This is just one of the many situations 13 Warrior Rising (The Esri year old Willow Krimble must face in this Web Novel A Girl Named Willow KrimbleWillow lives with her mother and older brother Wyatt; she loves hanging out with her best friend. There is A LOT going on with Willow Krimble She discovers that she has the ability to heal people and animals her grandmother dies and she is being bullied She manages everything including a fallout with her best friend in a mature way Willow is a likable character sometimes she seems a bit older than she is supposed to be

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R own all the while trying to maintain her secretWillow’s adolescent journey takes her through an emotional cyclone where she finds joy and purpose in helping an array of patients from an old man with Alzheimer’s to a mauled animal in a pet store But Willow soon finds out there are limitations to her ability and no matter how hard she might try she cannot save everyoneThrough the intermingling of joy and pain Willow is repeatedly tested to discover just how strong she can be how strong she has been her entire life and how everyone possesses the ability to effect another person’s world with or without a secret power. When I was contacted by Giuseppe Bianco and asked to read and review his novel I read the synopsis and was immediately intrigued I haven t read a lot of MG but I was excited to give this one a try And boy am I happy that I did Willow Krimble is a wonderfully written book with a beautiful message The main character Willow is immediately likable She s so sweet and always worries about others before herself often putting her own needs and wants to the side From page 1 I was hooked on the story anxiously awaiting what would occur on the following pageI do wish Giuseppe Bianco had gone a bit further into her gift but after seeing this is book 1 of the Willow Krimble series I m anxious to read book 2 And I have to mention the ending was wonderful It definitely leaves you wanting I will be passing this book on to my 14 year old niece as well I think it has a wonderful lesson that many middle grade readers as well as others can learn I would highly recommend this book to others Secret Agent Minister and Deadly Texas Rose you wanting I will be passing this book on to my 14 Dangerous Melody (Treasure Seekers year old niece as well I think it has a wonderful lesson that many middle grade readers as well as others can learn I would highly recommend this book to others


10 thoughts on “A Girl Named Willow Krimble (Willow Krimble, #1)

  1. says:

    A Girl Named Willow Krimble is a book that caught me so off guard The synopsis hadme interested don’t get me wrong but I had no i

  2. says:

    There is A LOT going on with Willow Krimble She discovers that she has the ability to heal people and animals her grandmother dies and she is being bullied She manages everything including a fallout with her best friend in a mature way Willow is a likable character; sometimes she seems a bit older than she is supposed to

  3. says:

    A Girl Named Willow Krimble by Giuseppe Bianco is not the first book I've read about a girl with the ability to heal but it's defin

  4. says:

    My ThoughtsI am normally an adult genre reviewer However when A Girl Named Willow Krimble was offered up in the nest I was drawn to it claime

  5. says:

    I won a copy of A Girl Named Willow Krimble in a Goodreads giveaway and it took me a little while to get around to reading it When I finally did pick it up it took me a few chapters to really get into the story I think this was because the main character was a little younger than I'm typically used to reading

  6. says:

    Such a cute sweet bookI was asked to review A Girl Named Willow Krimble by author Giuseppe Bianco months ago I

  7. says:

    When I was contacted by Giuseppe Bianco and asked to read and review his novel I read the synopsis and was immediately intrigued I haven't read a lot of MG but I was excited to give this one a try And boy am I happy that I did Willow Krimble i

  8. says:

    I just finished this book with remorse only because there weren't pages left to read I don't like to admit it but I expected this book to be your run of the mill young adult book Instead I was very pleasantly mista

  9. says:

    I won this book on goodreads This story is directed to readers between 10 14 year old but as a 29 year old male I loved this book With the opening of the story the reader is introduced to Willow Krimble and instantly falls in love with this caring soul Chapter after chapter you grow in respect for how Willow faces hard choices and deals with her speacial gift while she is only in the 8th grade Willow teaches us of the po

  10. says:

    This was one of the sweetest books that I've read in a long time Though I think it was written for teenagers I still enjoyed

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