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Virtual Miracles: 40 True Stories of Love, Courage and the Amazing Kindness of Strangers

   by Karen Derrico

    01 October, 2003


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Editorial description(s):

About the Author
Karen Derrico is author of the award-nominated book "Unforgettable Mutts: Pure of Heart Not of Breed," and a freelance journalist for national magazines and web sites. Karen has been featured in Good Housekeeping Magazine, the New York Times, CNN, and numerous radio talk shows.

Book Description
Virtual Miracles is the first book to feature real-life accounts of the extraordinary things happening to ordinary people online. Some of the incredible stories include: A solo sailor who performs lifesaving surgery on his own arm through email instructions sent by a doctor six thousand miles away; a young woman in Finland immobilized in her chair at a college library, who is rescued with the help of a 12-year-old boy seven thousand miles away in Texas; a blind dog who finds a loving home just in time thanks to a driving relay system of volunteers spanning hundreds of miles, the entire rescue operation and journey coordinated via the Net.

40 unforgettable stories are featured in Virtual Miracles--a book that is sure to warm your heart, nourish your soul, and renew your faith in humankind.

Reader review(s):

Perfect Feel Good Book for the Holidays!, November 4, 2003
In the tradition of CHICKEN SOUP FOR THE SOUL and SIMPLE ABUNDANCE, VIRTUAL MIRACLES is a not-to-be-missed...

VIRTUAL MIRACLES by Karen Derrico is the perfect feel-good book for the holiday season. The forty stories, all true, of the people whose lives have been changed for the good (and in some cases, saved) by relationships forged over the Internet are guaranteed to make you laugh, cry and, yes, even cheer. I challenge anyone to read the stories in this amazing collection and not be moved.

Whether you're looking for a personal antidote to our culture's pervasive cynicism or a wholesome gift to give to friends and relatives this holiday season, VIRTUAL MIRACLES more than fills the bill.

Hope Tarr

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