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Will knows he is meant to be a pilot But instead he finds himself with a bunch of kids in wood shop in a school that's known as Hopeless High Will doesn't know what he's doing there—or mabye he just doesn't want to admit the truth Once upon a time he made beautiful things like gnomes whirligigs and furniture Now he's driven to create strange wooden totems—and he doesn't know whyNo one knows why local teens are committing suicide either one after the other The deaths all have one thing in common beautifully carved wooden tributes that appear just after—or just before—the bodies are found Will's afraid he knows who's responsible for the deaths And lurking just behind that knowledge is another secret one so explosive that he might not be able to face it and survivePart thriller part mystery Chris Lynch's newest book is a rollercoaster ride through a passionate young man's psyche—and an unforgettable emotional journey through grief guilt and hope from a writer at the height of his powersAbout the AuthorChris Lynch is the author of many highly acclaimed books for young adults including Iceman Shadow Boxer and Slot Machine all ALA Best Books for Young Adults and ALA Recommended Books for Young Readers He is also the author of Extreme Elvin the sequel to Slot Machine Whitechurch and most recently Gold Dust


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    “Freewill” won a Printz Honor award I understand why as it is a fine example of what YA writers are trying to do in the genre of fiction for teens It is written in second person POV The double meaning of the title Will the main character needs to be ‘free’ and the concept that he Will is not controlling the fate of the people in the novel they have ‘free will’ as well But we in the MFAC writing program cohorts have been talking a lot about plot this book has a very scant one at that and is much under developed and hole riddled about timelines and cohesiveness esp for teens this book by and large was one of the most difficult books I have ever readLynch really made me feel like the brain addled character in the novel interesting to ponder in itself My lovely wife and I have started discussing how reader response is a extremely valid point of criticism and we always talk about literary value and personal value enjoyment understanding etc so this book was difficult to rate for me because I’d say it has very high literary value and relatively low personal value I finished the book unsatisfied confused and annoyed Not the way one wants to feel after reading a YA fiction novel I would say this book was an honor book because of how it appealed to adults on a literary level Overall I gave it a “medium” rating of three stars Anyone in a writing program should definitely take a look at “Freewill” but I think is would get a very lukewarm reception from my students Most teens on Goodreads talk about how they were confusedand or didn’t get it