The plane ride was going very smoothly when all of a sudden the plane started losing altitude and shaking out of control.
The book was a great book in my mind. Patrick enjoyed having Heidi over and liked spending time with her. Heidi went to a boarding school where she did not fit in at all and wished that she could just move home.
There was no given time to the story, but it seemed to take place in the late nineties. Continue reading Show less Is it any good?
But everyone forgets little five-year-old Teddie. His mother and his father were also apart of the Nearing River Emergency squad.Shelves: young-adult I loved the protagonists, Heidi and Patrick, and also the way Cooney perfectly captured the suspense and sense of heart-stopping horror and sick fascination that people feel when they come face to face with the scene of an accident. By letting us meet different passengers as well as locals in the area, it also made the experience that much more personal, as we hate certain characters and like others and worry for their safety. She makes her uncertain way toward the passengers, leaving her insecurities behind, simply to act. Patrick would always sit at the coffee shop downtown. Through Cooney, we are able to enter the minds of the major characters in the beginning of the novel - from the rescuers to those boarding the plane that will eventually crash. Then there is Darienne a spoiled and smart girl who is very pretty, but because of this, she was very stuck up and snobby. At the end of the night Heidi knew she could not stay at home, so Patrick and his parents offered a spot for Heidi to sleep while the house got cleaned. Other characters are a lot more sympathetic, like little Teddy or Carly. The book shows this by Patrick, who wants to be an EMT, but always gets pushed off the crime scenes. How do the backgrounds of the characters affect how they respond to this emergency? This is the site of the plane crash, and at the time she is the only one home. While Heidi's parents are away, a crashes into her estate.
Heidi was glad that she did the right thing and helped out the people that needed the help.