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ISBN:0553571451
Author: Lurlene McDaniel
ISBN13: 978-0553571455
Title: Angel of Mercy (Mercy Trilogy)
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Language: English
Category: Literature and Fiction
Publisher: Bantam Books for Young Readers; First Edition edition (October 12, 1999)
Pages: 224

Angel of Mercy (Mercy Trilogy) by Lurlene McDaniel



Ships from and sold by Biblioteka. I have been raised on these books and this is one of the best as the same as angel of mercy. I recommend both of those books. Highly recommended if you like Lurlene McDaniel, or if you enjoyed Angel of Mercy. It's a tearjerker (like all of McDaniel's books), so keep a box of tissues handy! Overall grade - B+.

1999) (A book in the Mercy Trilogy series) A novel by Lurlene McDaniel. Heather Barlow has always been an idealist and now that she's finished high school, she's ready to make a difference in the world. After graduation, she joins a mission group on a hospital mercy ship sailing to Africa.

9780553570830 (1999) Mercy Trilogy. Heather Barlow has always been idealistic, and now that she has finished high school, she’s ready to make a difference in the world. However, Heather is unprepared to face the disease, famine, and misery she encounters. Ian McCollum is also among the medical staff in Uganda.

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Angel of Mercy Series. 2 primary works, 3 total works. Book 1. Angel of Mercy. Book 2. Angel of Hope. When Heather Barlow returns from Africa, the joy.

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Lurlene McDaniel (born 1944 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is an American author who has written more than 70 young adult books. She is well known for writing about young adults struggling with mortality and chronic illness, a career that began as a therapeutic way to deal with the trauma when her son, then 3, was diagnosed with juvenile diabetes. Her characters have grappled with cancer, diabetes, organ failure, and the deaths of loved ones through disease or suicide Contents. Angels of Mercy and Angel of Hope were reissued as a double novel, Journey of Hope: Two Novels (October 2004). Sometimes Love Isn't Enough (December 2006).

by Lurlene McDaniel ) Heather Barlow has always been idealistic, and now that she has finished high school, she's ready to make a difference in the world. Ian has left his native Scotland to help those threatened by a world of seeming indifference. When Heather meets Ian her heart races and she feels.

Book in the Angel of Mercy Series). Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 14 years ago. I have never been to Africa before but novelist Lurlene McDaniel made me believe I was there in some of the harshest times of diseases going around. Amber Barlow goes half around the world to Africa. She finds out about environments are around her that she doesn't have to live in them. She feels what it's like to change people's lives and to see death right in front of her. Death is that hardest thing to her to overcome; maybe she can't overcome it at all! You will have to read the book, Angel of Hope to find.

Heather Barlow has always been idealistic, and now that she has finished high school, she's ready to make a difference in the world. After graduation, she joins a mission group on a hospital mercy ship sailing to Africa. However, Heather is unprepared to face the disease, famine, and misery she encounters.Ian McCollum is also among the medical staff in Uganda. Ian has left his native Scotland to help those threatened by a world of seeming indifference. When Heather meets Ian her heart races and she feels happy to be alive. But as the weeks pass, Heather finds her idealism vanishing; the refugee camps and orphanages are overcrowded, and misery is everywhere. Only Ian can see beyond the horror and help Heather understand that the world can be changed if people try to help those in need one by one.
Reviews: 7
SadLendy
I love this book. Well I love everything that Lurlene Mcdaniel writes this is no exception. I love it. If you love reading you will love this.
Jonide
This is a beautiful story of a young girl whose life is changed by her time on a missions trip to Africa. It's a very touching story and written well so that you identify with her and feel what she feels. I couldn't put it down!
Conjuril
ANGEL OF MERCY is yet another heartwarming book for teens by Lurlene McDaniel, and even though you can probably read this book in less than three hours, its still amazing.

ANGEL OF MERCY is about eighteen-year-old Heather Barlow - she's the daughter of two rich Miami plastic surgeons, and she feels that her lifestyle is too luxurious. To "make up" for her lifestyle, she decides to go to Africa with a mission group where she can make a real difference in someone else's life. On the trip, she makes tons of new friends - Ian, Ingrid, Boyce, and so many others - that feel the same way that she does. Heather isn't prepared for everything she faces, though, and when tragedy strikes, she has to rely on her new friends and her faith to guide her through it.

McDaniel has created (yet another) winning book with ANGEL OF MERCY. It's nice to see that she strayed from her usual topics of kids with lukemia, diabetes, and other various diseases. This book also has a more religious plot outline, which is different from most of her books. As I said, ANGEL OF MERCY is a heartwarming story that teens will enjoy.

Overall grade - A
Qusicam
I have mixed emotions about this book becasue part of me liked it and part of me didn't like it. Part of me liked it becuase the author made Ian and Heather seem like real people. The author made them seem real because she made real things happen like in real life. For an example the way they hid their feelings about their love for each other.Another way they seemed like real people was becuase they went to Africa to heel the sick and this is a major problem around the world today that we need to fix. Although I thought it was a good book, but part of me didn't like it becasue it needed more suspense. If the book would have had more thrill to it I think I would have gotten more into the book and enjoyed reading it. Even thought it was not the best book I have ever read I still would recommened it to others to read. The reason I would recommened this to others is because it is a persons opion on the kind of books they like to read. People who like sad books this is the book to read !!
Drelalen
Woah is a very good word to discribe this book. I could hardly find myself able to put it down. This book touched me deeply. Most of Lurlene's books touch me, but none more then this one. The reality in this book is so awakening. This book has motivated me to try my best to help the world in some way, in anyway. It made me understand how fortunate I am to be born in a weathy country and made me grateful for what I have, and not worry about what I want. This book made me cry and left me wanting more. I love how much these people trust in the Lord and how they trust if they put their problems with him that they will be solved, therefore it also gave me more religious hope. I love this book and implore you to read it. I'm sure you will love it also.
Mr_KiLLaURa
This is one of the best books that I have ever read by this author. I loved that Heather had so much conpassion for others. Even though the ending of this book did not end the way I would have liked, it made me realize that life is not something to take for granted. Every time I read a book by Lurlene McDaniel I look at my ife more closely. I remember that my life isnt as hard as it seems, and there are so many people that are in need. This is a must read book that will truly touch your soul and really make you think.
Mori
This book is not one of Lurlene McDaniel's best. The plot was quite predictable and I didn't really like the characters, especially Ian who I didn't like at all, because he was so religious and always going on about God, which didn't really mean anything. Heather was also a very flat character. The plot was good but the bad characters spoiled it. However, the sequel is much better and I could identify with Amber much more then with Heather, so you could just skip this one. You won't be missing much.