The Flawed Glass

The Flawed Glass She Just Knew That She Had Reached A Time In Her Life When Something Had To HappenUp Until Now Shona MacLeod Has Struggled Along, Barely Able To Walk Or Speak She Is Isolated By Her Handicap And Cannot Participate In The Work Involved In Surviving On The Remote Island Where She Lives, Off The Scottish Coast Being A True Islander, However, She Has Never Stopped Believing In MiraclesWhen A Wealthy American Businessman Buys The Island And Moves His Family There, Shona Surprisingly Befriends His Son This Relationship Brings About An Unexpected Miracle That Will Forever Change Shona S Life

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  • Hardcover
  • 204 pages
  • The Flawed Glass
  • Ian Strachan
  • English
  • 19 April 2019
  • 9780316818131

10 thoughts on “The Flawed Glass

  1. says:

    reread one of my favorite books when i was 11 the writing is not as great as i remembered but i still appreciate the storyline

  2. says:

    This is for a younger audience between 4th 6th grade.I enjoyed the story of the prejudice against a handicap girl.I liked how it was written through her eyes how the computerworld opened up her thoughts to those around her.

  3. says:

    This is one of those books I read as a youth that I returned to over over It s a story of love between friends, learning to see each others best Also a story of perseverance I would definitely recommend this book to others.

  4. says:

    Honestly, the last chapter feels rushed, and in my adult opinion, chapter 19 really let s the book down.The book is strongly written in third person from the pov of a young girl named Shona, who lives on an island, and has some unnamed disabilities which make it difficult for her to communicate, but we, the reader, are able to see her thoughts, and we know that she s intelligent, where the people in her life do not realise how much she knows.When a new Laird buys the island and actually moves to the island there is change and some suspicion, and we see it from Shona s point of view, and also that of Carl, the new Laird s son.This is a children s book about friendship, about not judging people by external measures and about never giving up.It s borderline moralistic in parts but I remember none of this from when I read it as a child, I only remember that this book moved me.I m glad I reread it, or I d have wondered forever, but this is a nostalgic read, and I although I enjoyed the book this time, the last chapter is just too rushed I definitely remember that I enjoyed it than this when I was twelve.

  5. says:

    Honestly, the last chapter feels rushed, and in my adult opinion, chapter 19 really let s the book down.The book is strongly written in third person from the pov of a young girl named Shona, who lives on an island, and has some unnamed disabilities which make it difficult for her to communicate, but we, the reader, are able to see her thoughts, and we know that she s intelligent, where the people in her life do not realise how much she knows.When a new Laird buys the island and actually moves to the island there is change and some suspicion, and we see it from Shona s point of view, and also that of Carl, the new Laird s son.This is a children s book about friendship, about not judging people by external measures and about never giving up.It s borderline moralistic in parts but I remember none of this from when I read it as a child, I only remember that this book moved me.I m glad I reread it, or I d have wondered forever, but this is a nostalgic read, and I although I enjoyed the book this time, the last chapter is just too rushed I definitely remember that I enjoyed it than this when I was twelve.

  6. says:

    Listed as Q4 Exceptional , P3 A booktalk on this title will excite most people s interest

  7. says:

    My mum reed this to me when I was a child and I ve always remembered it.

  8. says:

    One of my favorites

  9. says:

    This is a brilliant book about overcoming the difficulties in life read this and you will feel incredibly lucky it also brings home the importance of words.

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