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Ice

3.45 of 5 stars 3.45  ·  rating details  ·  22 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Paperback, 236 pages
Published November 1st 2004 by Montemayor Press (first published January 2004)
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Toni
What started out as a 4 star book had a very lame ending. Therefore the 3 star rating. I guess you could say that the bulk of the book was 3 stars but the ending was only a 1 star only b/c how the book ended is a little unbelievable. However, I really liked the way the author wrote the story and the premise of the story. It was developed quite well and seemed to have a message. It was a very involving story and (teens in accidents, repurcussions of accidents when they involve a death). I think I...more
Zoe
This book had an OK plot that wasn't concluded correctly.
The ending left a lot of ends untied, and was a weak thought. It seemed as if the author just wanted to end the book and not talk about it anymore. The focus left the boy (who it seemed had the focus on and off from the beginning chapter all the way up into the last couple chapters) and only concluded the girl in a semi satisfying way.
over all, it was just OK, with a lot of possible potential.

Megan
Boy feels so guilty for getting into a car accident that killed his girlfriend that he joins an EMT squad as a volunteer. Then the dead girlfriend's sister joins to make the boy feel even more guilty.
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