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All We Know of Heaven by Jacquelyn Mitchard

All We Know of Heaven is by Jacquelyn Mitchard, and it's about Bridget Flannery and Maureen O'Malley who have been best friends forever. They have the same hair color, eye color, and they even act the same, personality wise. When the two girls are on the way to cheerlea...
All We Know of Heaven is by Jacquelyn Mitchard, and it's about Bridget Flannery and Maureen O'Malley who have been best friends forever. They have the same hair color, eye color, and they even act the same, personality wise. When the two girls are on the way to cheerleading one day, they end up on an icy road and spin out of control causing a terrible wreck. At the scene Maureen is pronounced dead, and Bridget is in serious condition. For a few weeks she is in a coma, and her parents are hoping and praying she wakes up. Maureen has a big funeral and is sadly buried. Then, just a little while after Maureen's funeral, Bridget wakes up and starts muttering words that sound like, "Mama". A dental surgeon comes in to run scans on Bridget's teeth to see how badly they have been damaged. He finds out that Bridget has four canines removed, and the person in the chart hasn't. The nurses decide he must have the wrong records. The girl that was Bridget had had braces, Bridget hadn't. It was the wrong girl; it was Maureen. They ran blood tests a few days later and found out the doctors were wrong. This was Maureen O'Malley; they had made a terrible mistake. Bridget and Maureen's parents were told the great and yet horrible news. Also, Bridget's boyfriend and Maureen's best friend, Danny, was told. He didn't know what to think. This story stirs up a lot of drama and sadness with the Flannery's towards the O'Malley's. I won't spoil the ending by saying what happens after Maureen wakes up and begins to talk. I think this book is a great story about relationships lost and begun. I felt while reading this book that it was heart breaking and touching at the same time. I recommend it to anyone that wants to read a story about friendship and love.

posted by AshleyPr on March 23, 2009

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

this book is great!

it can be confusing at times but still awesome

posted by 8412279 on April 7, 2011

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  • Posted December 26, 2010

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    constant download error please help

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 29, 2008

    Boring!

    I got this from an site free and thought this was going to be a good book but it was very boring. I was unable to make it past page 60. It was a big disappointment. I don't recommend it.

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