Waiting on Immaculate by Katelyn Detweiler (121)


Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Breaking The Spine.
It’s all about spotlighting upcoming releases we’re eagerly anticipating.
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This week I’m eagerly waiting on:


Immaculate by Katelyn Detweiler

Expected publication: 26th May 2015

Publisher: Viking Children’s

From Goodreads:

Mina is seventeen. A virgin. And pregnant.

Mina is top of her class, girlfriend to the most ambitious guy in school, able to reason and study her way through anything. But when she suddenly finds herself pregnant—despite having never had sex—her orderly world collapses. Almost nobody believes Mina’s claims of virginity. Her father assumes that her boyfriend is responsible; her boyfriend believes she must have cheated on him. As news of Mina’s story spreads, there are those who brand her a liar. There are those who brand her a heretic. And there are those who believe that miracles are possible—and that Mina’s unborn child could be the greatest miracle of all.


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8 thoughts on “Waiting on Immaculate by Katelyn Detweiler (121)

  1. Caro @ The Book Rogue

    Although the heretic and liar aspects of this make me want to grab it, it does sound like it will be all rainbows and unicorns in the end, a miracle story — and that’s where I back out.
    However, I hope this modern Maria story satisfies those who are waiting on it.

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    1. Nemo

      Yeah there’s a lot of speculation about what exactly this book is going to entail, which is why I want to read it for myself.

  2. Joana

    This sounds like it could be a hit or miss for me, but I think I’ll give it a try.
    I chose Off the Page by Jodi Picoult & Samantha Van Leer.
    Check out my WoW!


    1. Nemo

      Yep I think everyone I’ve spoken to pretty much feels the same way about it being hit or miss. It sure is polarising people.

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