Dancing on the Edge by Han Nolan

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Dancing on the Edge

The National Book Award-winning novel of a young girl’s coming of age, from the author of Send Me Down a Miracle.
 
Twelve-year-old Miracle McCloy never liked the story of her remarkable birth, but her grandmother Gigi has always loved telling it. An expert in occult magic, Gigi insists that when Miracle was saved from her dead mother’s womb, it was an omen of greatness to come. But how can Miracle become a prodigy like her father when sometimes she feels like she doesn’t even exist?
 
When her father suddenly vanishes without a trace, Miracle’s life starts feeling less miraculous by the day. The only time she feels whole is when she’s dancing—an activity her grandmother strictly forbids. But shortly after her thirteenth birthday, a life-threatening incident puts her whole world in a harsh new light. And though she does not emerge unscathed, Miracle might finally see the truth about her past, her family, and herself.
 
“Extraordinary . . . Nolan does a masterful job of drawing readers into the girl’s mind and of making them care deeply about her chances for the future.” —School Library Journal (starred review)
 
“Elaborately drawn characters that will surprise readers at every turn . . . Compelling.” —Booklist (starred review)
Publisher: Mariner Books ISBN: 9780544612389 Pages: 264