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The Perfect Shot (Young Adult Fiction) Hardcover – July 31, 2005
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I couldnt put this book down, but at some parts i had to, this story is very intense and that made it all the more lovely.
the murder of one boy's girlfriend turns into a path to life discovery, a path that leads to the meaning of everything. read this book and follow young Brian, go down the path with him. you will discover too.
The Perfect Shot is a wonderful look at teen life and the struggles human beings go through when dealing with a loss. This book is also an experienced look at the struggles young adults go through when trying to figure out what their place is in this world.
The book does all of the above and accelerates the plot with a suspenseful ending that will leave the reader wanting to read whatever this author produces.
This book is a gem of a Young Adult book. This is a definite must-read.
I am now going to backtrack and read this author's other books, one of which is an Edgar Award winner.
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Was what my daughter needed for school assignment...received an online copy as the local bookstores were out and not sure when they would have it back in stock...Published 16 months ago by Lenora Jackson
This book keeps you wanting to continue to read. The end is unpredictable. The only part I felt was boring is during the games in the book it is very descriptive. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Laurie B. Snowberger
A very problematic book, exploiting the tragic Leo Frank case for author's personal agenda. This book is not recommended for family reading.Published 17 months ago by Jeffrey Leatherwood
This book was phenomenal. From a chilling mystery to social injustice to grieving. This book has it all and is definitely worth your time.Published on November 30, 2013 by Zachary L. Brown
This book was given as a gift for a young teenager. He indicated he enjoyed reading it. Always try to find age appropriate books for the holidays.Published on July 12, 2013 by Hosier
It was surprising at the end never would think it would be recks or Brian would get shot and couldn't play basketballPublished on May 5, 2013 by Anthony Siemsen