Why'd I do it? I suppose it's the only question that really matters. Seventeen-year-old Crow will stop at nothing to protect her younger sister-even if it costs her her own life. But then she's given a chance to come back and make things right. There are a few catches, though. First, she won't come back as herself. And before she can set things straight, she'll have to figure out what's what-and things aren't exactly as clear-cut as she remembered.
- Paperback | 320 pages
- 138 x 210 x 26mm | 260g
- 04 Oct 2014
- Penguin Putnam Inc
- United States
Praise for Jonathan Friesen: Emotionally rewarding. VOYA, on Jerk Compelling! SLJ, on Jerk Debut author Friesen has Tourette syndrome, and he brings complexity and nuance to Sam s struggle for understanding and self-acceptance. . . . [L]ike any good road story, there are enough corners and bends to keep readers eagerly anticipating what lies ahead at the journey s end. Booklist, on Jerk Friesen s thrill ride benefits from its unusual setting and its pulse-pounding action (and romance!), making it go down like a six-pack of Red Bull. Booklist, on Rush Get ready to have your breath catch in your throat or to be taken away. VOYA, on Rush"
About Jonathan Friesen
Jonathan Friesen is the author of a number of books for young readers, including the Schneider Family Book Award-winning Jerk, California and Rush. He lives with his family in Mora, Minnesota. Connect with Jonathan online at www.jonathanfriesen.com and on Twitter @FriesenJonathan.