Destiny's Right Hand

Destiny s Right Hand Fourteen year old Eddie Innocent hopes to one day become an award winning newspaper journalist Now he has won a chance to write for the Junior Herald The only problem is the newspaper s year old ha

  • Title: Destiny's Right Hand
  • Author: Michael Wagner
  • ISBN: 9780143304210
  • Page: 487
  • Format: Paperback
  • Fourteen year old Eddie Innocent hopes to one day become an award winning newspaper journalist Now he has won a chance to write for the Junior Herald The only problem is the newspaper s 16 year old hard nosed editor, Jessica Lamps, who wants Eddie to stick to the three Ps of kids journalism puzzles, pets and prizes.But Eddie has an uncanny ability to find the most bizFourteen year old Eddie Innocent hopes to one day become an award winning newspaper journalist Now he has won a chance to write for the Junior Herald The only problem is the newspaper s 16 year old hard nosed editor, Jessica Lamps, who wants Eddie to stick to the three Ps of kids journalism puzzles, pets and prizes.But Eddie has an uncanny ability to find the most bizarre supernatural stories unfolding in his city Enter Destiny, a girl with a transplanted right hand that has a mind of its own and is making her steal things or so she says.Eddie and his sidekick, the funny but brilliant Noah, find themselves drawn into the mystery What does the hand want with its bizarre collection And can Eddie get to the bottom of this story without losing his job, and being drawn into his own darkness

    One thought on “Destiny's Right Hand”

    1. This was a fast read with an original plot and a relatable main character. What I really appreciated in this story was how simply things were told. Things that were actually quite heavy if you considered it. Like if I picked up a blurb saying the main character was going through family problems, self-esteem issues, learning to cope with psychological issues and a new crushI’d probably pass! Selfish as it is, given everyone is messed up in some way/at some point, I just don’t like heavy matte [...]

    2. It's a shame that not many people have read this book, cuz it's hella good! The plot was certainly different, and I mean REALLY different. At the beginning of the book hearing about "Destiny's Right Hand" I seriously thought this book was going to be really lame, it seemed really fake and I couldn't see where this book was going at all. I was ready to put it down, but I had some hope for it, and just kept reading - turns out I made a good choice! The idea of the hand having a mind of it's own wa [...]

    3. This novel targets a young adult audience but interesting enough for adults. Focus is on transplants and cellular memory but some other interesting themes also present. Adolescent "voice" rings true, as does the voice of the character with Aspergers. Provokes greater acceptance and understanding for a variety of adolescent experiences.

    4. I think this is a very interesting book and I think it is suitable for all ages. It was about this girl that can't control her hand and the hand is making her steal things, one day she met him and she was trying to help her stop stealing random things and they end up finding a secret message.

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