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10 thoughts on “Frozen Fire

  1. says:

    I learned by reading this book that psychological thriller means a book where nothing happens There are pages and pages and pages where the only action is the main character walking down a snowy lane The text is all vague

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    I have uestions Many uestionsThat's the thing this book leaves things pretty open ended and the reveal you do get doesn't come until the very endThe main character was a little hard to relate to throughout I didn't really understand why she just kept lying to everybody and keeping secrets that didn't seem to matter much and would only pull her into trouble I felt like there was some unnecessary drama as well especially o

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    The first page sucked me right in Dusty sitting alone in her house far from any neighbors receives a phone call from a mysterious boy who has just overdosed on pills and wants to hear a comforting voice as he slips into death As they talk the

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    Originally posted here “I’m dying” said the voiceThis first sentence of Tim Bowler’s Frozen Fire will right away suck the reader in It’s sets the ethereal and creepy atmosphere the book possess from start to endIt was the beginning

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    As I read other reviews many people didn't like this book because they didn't understand it and they couldn't deci

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    I was truly excited to read this book at first because the beginning was so good As the book went on I was looking for answers but I only became confused I wanted for it to have a good ending but it didn't come I could not believe the ending because it answered nothing and I was so mad I wasted my time for nothi

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    ' I'm dying said the voice Dusty clutched the phone She had no idea who this was'Well with a hook like that who wouldn't want to keep reading? I certainly did so much so that I bought the bookand now I wish I could give it backThe

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    Frozen Fire held just enough mystery that I wanted to read and just a little scary that I was hesitant to In a sense I would call it a psych thriller and you have to be wary of these Because sometimes they aren't good They

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    Alright here goes nothing I'm dying a voice tells Dusty Who is he and how has he gotten her cell number? Dusty wants no part of this strange boy until he begins saying things that only someone who knows her intimately could say things that lead her to think he knows the whereabouts of her brother who disappeared over a year agoWhat you should do1 Don't tell him your real name2 Don't admit that he has informa

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    In the novel Frozen Fire by Tim Bowler Dusty is a fifteen year old girl living in the United Kingdom Living with her overprotective dad Dusty learns to stand up for herself and to not take anything from anyone She learned all of this when her older brother Josh walked out two years earlier and her “mum” had a nervous breakdown and walked out six months after This book is a great read and it has action mystery and a t

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Review ñ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Tim Bowler

Frozen Fire

Imself be found He is too dangerous he says There are mobs of people who agree and who want to see this boy dead and who will hurt anyone who stands in their way A gripping hair raising mystery about a boy not of this world and a girl determined to protect h. I m dying said the voice Dusty clutched the phone She had no idea who this was Well with a hook like that who wouldn t want to keep reading I certainly did so much so that I bought the bookand now I wish I could give it backThe main premise is a very intriguing one A teenaged girl named Dusty recieves a midnight phone call from a strange boy who seems to know intimate details about her most importantly the fact that her brother disappeared two years ago The setting of rural England in winter is very important in the story and gives it a very mysterioussurreal feeling The author spends a lot of time showing Dusty s tense relationship with her mother who divorced her husband over the strain of their missing son But I was so interested in learning about the boy who is never given a name that I really didn t care about their relationship Considering that Dusty spends most of the book paranoid and stressing over who the boy is where he is and how he knows about her brother I felt no real connection to her There were a couple of times while reading I just wanted her to tell someone what was going on since she was starting to stress me out Ultimately the plot just kept building and building until nothing was resolved to my satisfaction The only mystery that is solved is what happened to Dusty s brother but I was so confused and frustrated that I didn t really care about that resolution as much I was intrigued by the boy and his many supernatural abilities such as immortality Such abilities are never fully explained and just seemed to be included as a means to make him mysterious and strange Rape is also a factor in the story but it felt like an excuse to make the townspeople fear the boy While one mystery is solved in regards to Dusty s brother there were so many other loose ends that made the book very disappointing Yes it can be good to leave a reader wondering about the ending of a book but not so much so that they are left utterly unsatisfied when the beginning held so much promise The Isles explained and just seemed to be included as a means to make him mysterious and strange Rape is also a factor in the story but it felt like an KING excuse to make the townspeople fear the boy While one mystery is solved in regards to Dusty s brother there were so many other loose Ty jesteś moje imię ends that made the book very disappointing Yes it can be good to leave a reader wondering about the The Many Lives of Fitzwilliam Darcy ending of a book but not so much so that they are left utterly unsatisfied when the beginning held so much promise

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A paranormal thriller from Carnegie Medal winner Tim Bowler It starts with a phone call I'm dying a voice tells Dusty Who is he and how has he gotten her cell number Dusty wants no part of this strange boy until he begins saying things that only someone who. I have uestions Many uestionsThat s the thing this book leaves things pretty open ended and the reveal you do get doesn t come until the very endThe main character was a little hard to relate to throughout I didn t really understand why she just kept lying to everybody and keeping secrets that didn t seem to matter much and would only pull her into trouble I felt like there was some unnecessary drama as well especially on her partThe writing was pretty good it definitely gave me chills and the book was extremely captivating I honestly don t feel completely happy with my rating of 3 stars it seems too low But 4 stars also seems wayyyyy too high

Review ñ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Tim Bowler

Knows her intimately could say things that lead her to think he knows the whereabouts of her brother who disappeared over a year ago Suddenly drawn in Dusty very much wants to save this boy Trouble is she cannot find him Part human part spirit he won't let h. Originally posted here I m dying said the voiceThis first sentence of Tim Bowler s Frozen Fire will right away suck the reader in It s sets the ethereal and creepy atmosphere the book possess from start to endIt was the beginning of the mysterious phone call Dusty received at the night of the New Year The caller a boy seems to know than what he confess information about his missing brother or to be accurate information only his missing brother knows So Dusty although scared was determined to find this mysterious boy This mysterious boy as she learned is somehow an urban legend Rumors has it that this boy has an unnatural ability that he looks uite inhuman and that he is accused of several crimes The she hear something about him the dangerous he seem to be and the obsess she became to know The uality of novels like this depends on how the mystery was build up until the big reveal Frozen Fire I must say kept that factor really strong Events prior to the big reveal will keep you guessing The big reveal itself posed uestions than answers Readers will turn the last page finding no explanations about the boy It was a brave move for Bowler to end it like that A lot of readers will tend to hate the novel because of what he did For me however it was a brilliant ending It let s your imagination to fill in the blanks giving you the freedom to create your own version of storyFrozen Fire is the perfect book for under the blanket flashlight reading or bonfire reading It wasn t that scary but the uncertainties and the chain of tension filled events will creep yourself enough This is my first venture to Tim Bowler s novels and it certainly won t be the last

  • Hardcover
  • 328
  • Frozen Fire
  • Tim Bowler
  • English
  • 26 January 2017
  • 9780399250538

About the Author: Tim Bowler

Tim Bowler is one of the UK’s most compelling and original writers for teenagers He was born in Leigh on Sea and after studying Swedish at University he worked in forestry the timber trade teaching and translating before becoming a full time writer He lives with his wife in a small village in Devon and his workroom is an old stone outhouse known to friends as ‘Tim’s Bolthole’Tim has written t