Top positive review
10 people found this helpful
on 1 September 2014
Review from Noah Shulman-Miller (age 11)
This exciting yet depressing story is all about a 13 year old boy called Cameron who has heart disease, and he and other people need to act fast or he might not live much longer.
I thought that it was a really exciting book. I also thought and felt really depressed for Cameron. Even if it wasn’t a real story, it felt really realistic to me because Cameron needing a transplant is a realistic thing that happens a lot, and I strongly recommend this book because it’s a really sad and moving story and you don’t know which way it’s going to go. It kept me glued to the book because I really wanted to know what would happen next, and because of that I genuinely wanted to read on.
I’m giving this book five stars because it had everything; it was exciting, thrilling, it wanted you to want to know and not just want to know once but want to know all the time what’s going to happen.