Almost There

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 review
Seventeen-year-old Dani Deane is certain a magical trip to Paris will cure her widowed mother's depression. But when Dani’s tyrannical grandfather falls ill, they must go to rural Pennsylvania to deal with his hoarder horror of a house. In the midst of crisis, can Dani trust God to bring hope and healing? More
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About Laurel Garver

Laurel Garver holds degrees in English and journalism and earns a living as a magazine editor. She enjoys quirky independent films, word games, British television, Celtic music, and mentoring teens at her church. She lives in Philadelphia with her husband and daughter.

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About the Series: Dani Deane series
An arty, urban Christian teen navigates the storms of loss, first love, and family crises. Along the way, she wrestles with God to find hope in dark times and discovers how those closest to us can often surprise us.

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Reviews of Almost There by Laurel Garver

Audrey Rich reviewed on May 30, 2016

This book had enough romance, teenage angst, and secrets to keep me interested. The unexpected twists were believable and sometimes depicted how people think of themselves without caring how their actions affect others.

It was fun to see the drama that both the teenagers and the adults had to deal with and how they came up with some of the solutions. The teenage characters were as flawed as the adults, which made them real.

I'll be interested in reading other books from this author.

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(reviewed 13 days after purchase)
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