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Freeze Frame by Heidi Ayarbe

Freeze FrameTime stops for Kyle at 10:46 on October 8. It was when his best friend Jason dies of a gunshot wound, delivered by Kyle. But Kyle can’t remember what happened that day in the shed that the best friends found the gun; he doesn’t know if he pulled the trigger on purpose. So time stops. Kyle finds himself stuck in the moment, trying to remember exactly what happened and if he really is to blame. He experiences numerous ups and downs in his grief as he tries to deal with what he’s done to his best friend. He faces new enemies, including himself, but finds allies in unexpected places. “Freeze Frame” is an amazingly well-written story of a boy struggling to come to terms with what he’s done and make peace with himself.

Read the rest of my review at Reader Views Kids.

Rating: 4.5

Review copy from Reader Views Kids

3 munch(es) :

Kelsey said...

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*Heather* said...

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Ali said...

Nice review, Book Muncher! (I read the full one on Reader Views as well). I just posted mine at Worducopia. I'm a big fan of the emotional-journey type of book, especially for a YA audience, so I'll have to check out the other two you mentioned.

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