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Reviewed by Maria Victoria Beltran for Readers' Favorite
The Healer's Society by Laura Clementz is a fascinating story set in a small town called Lightmeadow. Joanna works as a waitress in a diner and, unknown to many, she has the mysterious talent of healing people. She inherited the gift from her grandmother. Her healing people in secret so that even the patients are not aware has come to the notice of a nosy local reporter. Because she wants to continue healing people, Joanna agrees to an interview, and her powers are publicly exposed. She is accused of witchcraft by some and is hounded by those who seek help. She realizes she can pass the gift of healing to others. This makes her decide to bring healers together to work in support of one another and improve their abilities. In this way, The Healer’s Society is born.
Laura Clementz’s The Healer’s Society is an inspiring visionary story about healers in our midst. The author brings us into the realm of the extraordinary lives of people with the gift of healing. The plot is easy to read, and the characters are relatable. This book inspires readers to have a better understanding of people like Joanna. The Healer's Society is a story of healing and hope. Joanna shares her gift without charging anything, making her character highly credible. The story is supposed to be fiction, but I feel that it is a true-to-life story after reading this book. It will be a big help to patients if these healers organize themselves and go public. Highly recommended!