Heal the Wounded

Heal the Wounded
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12+
Release Date
October 18, 2010
ISBN
1770691219
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Reader reviewed by Breann Ryan

Heal the wounded was more then just a another book to me. This book was more of personal encounter. I love the way that she writes, her writing is so creative and she tries to connect with her audience, which she did. I loved this book, she wrote it on personal things that actually are happening in our world today and it's good to know that when you read this story were not alone, people are going through the same stuff. It relates to the youth and the teenagers and it's one of those books that personally I just couldn't put down!!!! 
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Reader reviewed by Breann Ryan

Heal the wounded was more then just a another book to me. This book was more of personal encounter. I love the way that she writes, her writing is so creative and she tries to connect with her audience, which she did. I loved this book, she wrote it on personal things that actually are happening in our world today and it's good to know that when you read this story were not alone, people are going through the same stuff. It relates to the youth and the teenagers and it's one of those books that personally I just couldn't put down!!!! 
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Reader reviewed by Hayley Ryan

Wow!!! What an amazing job Lynn Dove did for to his book! I belong to her church, and I have heard my peers talk about it, and my sister read it. I didn't want to read the books until all 3 were out...but I just couldn't resit I started reading Shoot the wounded and it took me 4 days to complete, I started 2 days after on Heal the Wounded, It took me 2 days...It was a really amazing book. I recomend this book to any young teenager who is looking for a great, christian like book. These books are so addictive so make sure that you have time..I walked around school wanting the class to end so I could read...Thank you sooo much Lynn Dove, you did a amazing job!!!!!!!!! Favorite book seris <3
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Worth Waiting For!
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Reader reviewed by Tanna Lee

After reading the first book in the Wounded Trilogy series, I just couldn't wait to read the sequel, Heal the Wounded.  Once again, it was a fast-paced read, I didn't put it down until it was done!  It was even better than Shoot the Wounded, if that's possible.  I liked how the author developed the characters more, and how she added a few more very interesting characters that we could relate to.  The romance triangle between Leigh, Jake and Dylan (new character) is really good and I am looking forward to seeing who Leigh eventually will end up with in the final book, Love the Wounded.  Once again I thought the author did a phenomenal job of writing about issues that teens deal with, whether they are Christian teens or not.  For those of you who read the first book and loved it, the second book is a MUST read!  I would give it more than 5 stars if I could.
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Heal the Wounded, Even Better than Shoot the Wounded
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Reader reviewed by Guy Young

This is the second in the "Wounded Trilogy" young adult series and like the first book, Shoot the Wounded, Dove continues to portray her teen characters honestly and realistically as they deal with a variety of upsets that cause them to question their relationships and their faith. Jake, the main character, discovers his mother has breast cancer at the beginning of the book. Jake goes through much emotional upheaval throughout the book with regards to this and I appreciated how the author chose to openly discuss aspects of this topic so that young readers would understand more about breast cancer and the effects this disease has on the woman diagnosed but also her entire family.
Another gritty topic discussed is "cutting". Tim, Ronnie's younger brother, is not dealing with his sister's death well and he is victimized by bullying. He copes with his emotional and physical pain by cutting himself. Again, Dove brings to light the awful consequences of bullying.
Like in Shoot the Wounded, Dove does not shy away from addressing those social issues that teenagers deal with daily. This is a book that must be read by adults, parents and teens themselves. It opens up open dialogue about contemporary issues that must be discussed within families. Bravo! 5 Stars all the way!
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