You can’t change the past. . . .
When Michael fires his new rifle into the air on his seventeenth birthday, he never imagines that the bullet will end up killing someone. But it does—and Michael’s world is changed forever. Desperate, he wrestles with his guilt and keeps silent as his life begins to fall apart.
When Jenna’s father is killed in a freak Fourth of July accident, she’s devastated. As she grieves, she tries to understand why she no longer feels comfortable with her boyfriend, Jason, and why a guy named Michael keeps appearing in her dreams. . . .
Swallowing Stones is a haunting novel about choices . . . and devastating consequences.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - kcstew - LibraryThing
How do you deal with the consequences of an innocent act gone horribly wrong? That's Michael's dilemma in Swallowing Stones. What started out as a great 4th of July/Birthday for him quickly turned ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - eristoff17646 - LibraryThing
Michael McKenzie receives a Winchester Rifle for his 17th birthday, and not knowing it would kill anyone, shoots a bullet in the sky to try the rifle out. 1 mile away, Charlie Ward, the father of ... Read full review