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On Thin Ice by Julie Cross
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it was amazing

4 1/2

If you asked me to name you a YA author who is constantly churning out quality books, hands down I would put Julie Cross at the top of that list. Between her Juniper Falls series (read my reviews for Breaking the Ice and Off the Ice) and her Eleanor Ames series (read my review for both Chasing Truth and Hiding Lies, she’s crafted page-turning novels that make the reader think as well as provide a feel-good ending. On Thin Ice is definitely the best YA novel I’ve read so far this year.

Hockey is the most important thing in Juniper Falls. If you didn’t play hockey, it’s most likely you wouldn’t be remembered. As with everything that becomes an obsession, Juniper Falls hockey has a dark side, which is slowly revealed in On Thin Ice as Jake Hammond’s hockey career is put on ice (pun intended) and the aftermath of a hazing ritual, one that has gone on before the current players were even born comes to light.

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Reading Progress

February 27, 2019 – Started Reading
February 27, 2019 – Shelved
March 2, 2019 – Finished Reading

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