*Luke Flowers is a miracle worker of sorts -- in that he creates illustrations that take your breath away
*While I wish Flowers and author Brian J. Hunt would have dedicated at least one page to a representation of the results of the cannon shot process (as in how Miles' job affected people in real time), the overall idea was very creative
*Absolutely loved how Hunt pegged the ideal temperature for glow at normal human body temperature without coming out and making the connection
*I still don't get why the factory wasn't destroyed after the first sabotage attempt (if Jack only rescued people) and I really don't get why Corbin thinks the exact same plan will accomplish it
*Most of the miracles cited were weak or involved tinges of hometown favoritism
*There are a couple of places where things aren't depicted as they were earlier described: namely the lack of a division scar on page 23 and a factory that is actually not taller than the eye can see on page 26
ONE DAD'S OPINION
I've literally sat and prayed for divine guidance on how I should rate this book. [Okay, so it was mainly because I wanted to write the previous sentence, but, still, it's true :)] Marvelously, it worked!! After going back and forth a few times, I had a revelation and decided that Miracle Miles is a definite Borrow. In reality, the rating was never in question, given the polarizing pros and cons listed above. In short, there's a lot to love about the story but you'll be left with a lingering sensation that you want something more.