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Frozen Fire by Tim Bowler
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Aug 03, 2010

it was amazing
bookshelves: summer-reading-2010, advisory-2010-2011
Read from June 30 to July 03, 2010

** spoiler alert ** Frozen fire, by Tim Bowler I have to say was one interesting and worth reading book. I happened to like this book a lot and with all the suspense that is engulfed in this book I finished it in two days since I couldn’t put the book down after flipping a page.
After looking at the cover and flipping it open the first page of the first chapter already caught my eye. The first two words said “im dying” and I found myself reading the whole chapter in ten minutes. This book was about a girl named Dusty and the mysterious boy she encounters who give her an adventure. Dusty is a girl with a complicated family, her mother left her and her father after her brother, Josh, mysteriously disappears, leaving no trace of himself. One night home alone Dusty receives a phone call, one that scares her but also changes her life. The boy on the other end of the line tells her he’s dying and Dusty thinks it’s a joke someone’s playing on he. But things starts to get interesting when he starts to talk about things, things that no one is suppose to know about her but her brother she begins to think the boy on the other line is her brother or someone who knows about his whereabouts and she goes finding him. Though it doesn’t seem like the boy wants to be found since he disappears when she goes looking for him and Dusty realizes that she’s not the only one looking for him there are others too but the others aren’t looking for answers they want to kill him.
Searching for the boy who doesn’t want to be found, gets Dusty in some nasty and dangerous situations. But as she searches for him she learns about him, how he looks like, what powers he holds, his past, how he was accused of rape and to most people he’s dangerous. But the boy on the phone to Dusty doesn’t sound dangerous at all.
In the end Dusty is protecting the boy “who is not of this world” and discovers he not the person people think he is, he’s being accused of something he didn’t do and she knows exactly who the guilty person is, her brother...
This was a thriller, there might be pages and pages in this book that takes place in a hospital room for an hour but each sentence about the hospital and what happens there makes you want to keep reading on and on. Even though I solved the mystery of what her brother did I still have a lot of questions that this book doesn’t answer like: who is the boy really? Why was Dusty’s brother on the bottom of the truck? Where did the boy disappear to if he couldn’t die? How did the boy know about Dusty’s brother? And much more. I would recommend this book to anyone whose in for a mystery and an adventure, a spine twisting adventure.

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