Jared Hills has been haunted by the car crash every night. It was the night everything changed. It was the night Leisel died.
Now, two years later, as Jared reflects on his life, he can't help but wonder at the chain reaction of choices that led him to this: a black nametag and a calling to serve as a missionary of God.
It had been Leisel who had first sparked Jared's interest in the gospel. She and Rob had befriended Jared early on in his senior year of high school. But even as all of Rob's choices seem to be leading him away from the Church, all of Jared's choices were drawing him closer to it--and to Leisel. And on the night of the horrible crash, Jared finally understands how life-changing the consequences of a choice can be.
im in the 8th grade i just finished reading the book its a great book at first i was like i dont know if i like it but then i really got into the book.
I read this book when I was in High School and loved it. It was sad, but at the same time uplifting. The writing style is easy to read and allows the reader to make connections with the characters.
A quick and easy read. I enjoyed the truthfulness of this book. The first thing I thought was, if only some boys I know would read this maybe it would help them. I have read a few books since then so I am sorry I can't tell you more.