Bookvacations.wordpress.com - March 5, 2011
"While still dealing with real life situations and utilizing the coming of age theme, Langston reaches out to readers who also crave a bit of the unexplained...Langston does a wonderful job capturing the teenage voice in this novel. Hannah struggles with forgiveness and guilt...[and] as the story is told in first person, the reader has firsthand knowledge of Hannah's thoughts and feelings, which helps keep the reader connected throughout the story."
ALAN Review - June 1, 2010
"An emotional tale of forgiveness and learning to let go of one who has passed. Although the novel is a short and easy read, Langston realistically conveys the guilt and anger over losing someone special."
Tri State Young Adult Book Review Committee - January 1, 2010
"With a topic that is acceptable for children of many ages, this book would be a good addition to a middle or high school Orca Soundings collection."
Book Notes (Center for Children's/Young Adult Books, MSU) - December 1, 2009
"Langston writes about real life tragedy with a supernatural twist, told in a teenage voice which young adult readers will relate to and appreciate."
Booklist - October 1, 2009
"Like other books in the Orca Soundings line, this is a quick, plot-driven read with a compelling premise that will appeal to fans of supernatural dramas."
TeensReadToo.com - October 1, 2009
"Offers a quick glimpse into the world of miracles. It's an easy, fast read most teens will enjoy."
CM Magazine - September 4, 2009
"Hannah narrates the magic realism of her experiences with a sarcastic wit that adds humour to the book...The low vocabulary format does not inhibit Langston's ability to intricately and realistically convey the lingering emotions following a traumatic loss and the paralyzing effect of guilt and anger...Recommended."