Mosaic

Mosaic It wasn t until Carlos helped me put the pieces back together that I realized how many were missing Shattered Tormented Brain on disconnect A car accident leaves Erin Rocheford a seventeen year old h

  • Title: Mosaic
  • Author: DeborahJackson
  • ISBN: 9781499775136
  • Page: 318
  • Format: Paperback
  • It wasn t until Carlos helped me put the pieces back together that I realized how many were missing.Shattered Tormented Brain on disconnect.A car accident leaves Erin Rocheford, a seventeen year old hockey player, fractured, disfigured, near death Not only has her future career in the NHL been erased, but when she s finally released from the hospital, she can barely walIt wasn t until Carlos helped me put the pieces back together that I realized how many were missing.Shattered Tormented Brain on disconnect.A car accident leaves Erin Rocheford, a seventeen year old hockey player, fractured, disfigured, near death Not only has her future career in the NHL been erased, but when she s finally released from the hospital, she can barely walk, her thoughts stumble into each other, and people grimace when they see the scars crisscrossing her face.Erin s parents decide that a vacation in Florida, on an island of palm trees and pirate lore, is just what she needs to recover But in her post traumatic state, Erin is vulnerable to attack, to a ghostly invasion, and to a further fragmenting of her troubled grey matter Soon after arriving on the island, a tale of an odd English pirate and his feisty captive a story of defiance and decapitation weaves itself into her mind, threatening her very soul Erin will need to call upon every reserve in her hockey toned body to keep from falling apart altogether, to fight back, and to protect her star player the one boy who can see beyond the scars.

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    1. At the end, a hush falls over the arena as the crowds are absorbed into the night. At the end, the flashing red light on the ambulance fades like a distant star. At the end, the scoreboards are wiped and every hard-fought point is forgotten. You do one last skate over the slush and cracks in the ice. You feel the cracks zigzag and widen; you extend desperate fingers to avoid the collapse. You stop at the hole, the entry point, the garish splotch of blood. The lights dim until nothing is visible [...]

    2. I knew that Mosaic wasn't going to be a suspense novel like the two other Jackson books I've read, Ice Tomb and Sinkhole but I wasn't disappointed. Mosaic is geared towards older teens and hits the mark unlike some YA reads that tend to shock me with the amount of sex and drugs in the story. It has just the right amount of sexual tension and relationship drama to give the book a realistic teenage feel.The story itself is pretty interesting. Pirates, serial killers and ghosts all lend themselves [...]

    3. This book was amazing. I was not expecting this. First I thought this would be like all the books about a girl having an accident and slowly loosing herself but it wasn't, and i was not expecting this at all.The characters are amazing, I related to both of them and I understood them and their family. I shared their love and their story.And I like Carlos for being a selfless and caring person, and the fact that he can see her beauty behind her scars makes me love him more. I like the way he sees [...]

    4. Book started off great. Really captured my attention. Loved the dual perspectives from the characters. Loved the historical connection. The ending lost me, though. I feel as though the story was left hanging too much. Too many questions unanswered that a second book couldn't deal with. Would like to read this author's work again.

    5. I loved the characters Erin and Carlos. I particularly enjoyed their courage and tenacity in the face of danger and obstacles. There are many life lessons here. Great read.

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