For Anyone Who Gets Nervous About Competition: A Page Turners Review of Kate Messner’s “Sugar And Ice”

30 01 2015

51nQbvmc1uL._AA160_by Maizie

In Sugar And Ice by Kate Messner, the main character Claire is not rich. She isn’t poor either, but she could never dream of training somewhere as fancy as the Lake Placid Olympic skating rink.

Things take a turn when a Russian coach (and former Olympics star) takes her aside after a show and offers her a scholarship. But things take another turn as schoolwork and the demanding schedule finally catches up to her. Her fellow ice skaters’ drama does not make her life any more enjoyable.

I can totally relate to all the nervous feelings Claire gets around competitions. The book is from the point of view the main character, which is interesting to know her point of view on things and thoughts. I also thought this book was very inspiring. From facing her fear of competition to making a painstaking decision, it really touched me. Overall this book’s description and vocabulary was nice, the writing I loved, and all together I thought the book was fabulous.

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