BreadcrumbseBook - 2011
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This modern take on The Snow Queen is the story of BFFs Hazel and Jack. Jack stops talking to Hazel (typical teenage boy stuff, right?—wrong), then disappears into the forest with an Ice Woman who freezes his heart, and it’s up to Hazel to come search for him. It’s a beautiful coming-of-age-story... Read More »
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Hazel and Jack are best friends, now and forever. At least that’s how Hazel sees it. Sure, she knows that Jack’s a little depressed because of his mother’s mental illness, but he’s always there for her no matter what. That’s a good thing since Hazel doesn’t like dealing with her new school and she definitely doesn’t want any other friends. Then, one day, everything changes. Jack suddenly turns cold on Hazel. He refuses to be her friend, and then without warning disappears altogether. His parents give one reason for where he has gone, but when Hazel learns that Jack was spirited away by a beautiful woman in a carriage she sets off into the nearby woods to find her friend and to save him, no matter what the cost (no matter if he wants to be rescued, for that matter). Trouble is, you can read all the books about adventures that you like, but when it comes to real rescue missions nobody can prepare you for the moment when you have to face your own problems.
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