Rumble by Ellen Hopkins is a raw and powerful book about faith, blame and forgiveness.
Matthew Turner doesn’t have faith in anything. Not in his family, which was left in chaos and disarray after his younger brother was bullied into suicide. Not in his so-called friends who simply turn their backs and ignore the problems when things get hard. Not in some higher being who allows too many bad things to happen in the world. And definitely not in everything and everyone who keeps on telling him that things will get better. How could things possibly get better after something like this?
No matter what Matt’s girlfriend Hayden says about faith and forgiveness, Matt just can’t let go of the blame and the guilt. He’s determined to ‘live large and go out with a bang’, but a horrifying event plunges Matt into a dark and silent space. But then he…
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