Tragedy strikes when the DiAngelosâ¿¿ kayak overturns in the bay, and Brady wonders if it was more than an accident. Soon, Brady discovers the terrible truth behind the kayakâ¿¿s sinking, and it will change the lives of those he loves forever.
Priscilla Cummings deftly weaves a suspenseful tale of three teenagers caught in a wicked web of deception.
©2004 Priscilla Cummings Frece; (P)2008 Penguin
My daughter had to read it for middle school as an assignment. I decided to listen to it after she had read the book and listen to it for more clarity. I truly enjoyed it.
Brady has a great, open relationship with his parents. He is able to talk to them without fear of punishment. He has a conscience and wants to help the family of the dead child overcome their loss. He is able to identify with the loss of this child because his little sister died as a toddler. Brady is a somewhat of a too-good-to-be-true character and, therefore, not completely realistic. I had a hard time getting beyond his corny, somewhat over the top goody-good boy persona. The book moves too slowly to keep my interest.
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