Since first grade, Christopher Creed has been everyone's favorite freak and weirdo whipping boy. But when he disappears without a trace, leaving behind only a strange e-mail message that might be a suicide note, his quiet town becomes consumed with speculation and finger-pointing. And the longer he remains missing, the more clear it becomes that for most people, finding out what happened to Christopher is much less important than finding someone besides themselves to blame.
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"Victor (Tori) Adams has the normal, well-rounded kind of life that a classmate like Christopher Creed can only dream of. After Creed disappears shortly into their junior year, everyone speculates about the chances of his being dead or alive. As Tori tries to work out the mystery, he risks losing his own grip on reality. In the beginning, Scott Shina's voice sounds too mature to be that of a high school student. But by the end of the book, his voice seamlessly matches the character of Tori, who has truly aged in a short span of time. Shina's narration keeps this slow-paced novel moving at a suspenseful clip. J.M.P. (c) AudioFile 2003, Portland, Maine"
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