The White Gates

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Random House, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 242 pages
23 Reviews
WHEN TORIN SINCLAIR’S mom gets a job as the town doctor in Snow Park, Colorado, Tor can’t wait to learn to snowboard. But on Tor’s first night there, a member of the high school snowboarding team dies. “It’s the curse,” everyone whispers. Tor’s new friends Drake and Raine explain that there’s an old Native American curse on the doctors of the town. Snow Park can never get a doctor to stay. Tor and his friends must piece together a mystery involving an old mine, a Ute curse, the entire snowboarding team—who just might be blood doping in order to win competitions— and an attempt to save the wild river otters of Colorado. But to complete the puzzle, will Tor have to ride the deadly White Gates? And how will he survive the avalanche that follows?

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The readability of this book is very straightforward. - Goodreads
A little too sappy of an ending for me. - Goodreads
As Tor begins to make friends, "the plot thickens." - Goodreads

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User Review  - Pj Santantonio - Goodreads

This story talks about when Tors mom gets a job as the main doctor of the town Snow Park, Colorado, Tor is so excited to learn how to snowboard . But when Tor gets there a member of the high schools ... Read full review

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User Review  - Wendy Meredith - Goodreads

I liked this book, it is very interesting. Read full review

About the author (2008)

Bonnie Ramthun grew up in an old gold-mining town in the mountains. She spent her time reading books and exploring abandoned mining camps. She is also the author of three mystery novels for adults. She lives in Erie, Colorado.

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