Dancing on the Edge

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Harcourt Brace, 1997 - Juvenile Fiction - 244 pages
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Miracle McCloy is the child of a talented dancer, who died in childbirth, and a brilliant, reclusive novelist. Raised by her grandmother Gigi, a psychic, Miracle becomes a dancer herself, and a loner who believes in mystical spirits and auras. Then her father disappears. When no one can give an explanation, or even a version of the truth, Miracle becomes obsessed with contacting him and bringing him back. As she loses herself in her quest, she loses her self— and, in a last, desperate attempt, sends her life up in flames. In the page-turning tradition of best-selling novels I Never Promised You a Rose Garden and The Bell Jar, Dancing on the Edge gives readers a story— and a heroine— they will never forget. "Nolan dives into the mind of an emotionally disturbed girl in an intense, exceptionally well-written novel

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User Review  - Megha - Goodreads

Miracle is a girl who was born from the womb of her recently-dead mother. The book is built on an interesting premise. It deals slightly with the supernatural, but not in a scary way. Rather, I ... Read full review


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HAN NOLAN is the author of sixother highly acclaimed novels published by Harcourt.

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