Frost

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Great Plains Publications, Apr 1, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 158 pages
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Johnny Van Der Zee is a talented hockey player and seems to have everything going for him in the town of Iqaluit, Nunavut. But his friend Kathy knows something is very wrong. Why did Johnny deliberately crash his snowmobile? Why do mysterious accidents befall anyone Johnny gets close to? What is the secret Johnny is so desperate to tell, if only someone would listen? And who is the stranger with the cold eyes and silver hair? The one Johnny knows only as Frost . . . In this supernatural thriller, Johnny's friends and brother must piece together the reason for his strange behaviour to save him — and all of mankind — from Frost's plan for a new ice age.

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User Review  - icecreamgirl26 - LibraryThing

Which part of the story cause the most intense feelings in you? First, his parents were killed in a accident by Frost, then Frost made him crash his snowbobile to hurt Kathy, then Frost ade Johnny ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
11
Section 3
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About the author (2007)

Nicole Luiken wrote her first book at age 13 and published two novels by the time she graduated high school. She has since written one adult thriller and seven young adult novels. Nicole lives in Edmonton with her husband and two young sons. It is physically impossible for her to go without writing for more than three days in a row.

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