Sunday, March 4, 2012

Iceman by Chris Lynch

Eric is a teenage hockey player who hopes to play in the Stanley Cup some day. His teammates call him the Iceman because he is a heartless player. He is as cold as ice. He has a lot of anger. Playing hockey helps him release his anger. Both of his parents focus on him because his brother Duane gave up hockey to focus on his grades. His dad goes to all the hockey games and motivates him to keep playing. He sometimes spends time at the cemetery. He made a friend who is an older man. The man tries to convince Eric to stop playing hockey. Eric had many different behaviors that led to his decision at the end of the book. I liked this book because it was about hockey and it taught me about making decisions and that life might be hard but it eventually gets easier.

~Justin, Teen Book Reviewer

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