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The Hockey Saint The highly anticipated sequel to The Stereoypical Freaks and the nd book in the Forever Friends Trilogy, this is The Hockey Saint Twenty one year old Jeremiah Jacobson is the world s best hockey player, but he wasn t prepared for the frenzy and scrutiny that came with that title Tom Leonard is an average college sopho just a guy trying to find his place in the world as he sorts through issues that are both very real and seemingly insurmountable Through a chance meeting, these two strike up an unlikely friendship Their bond is tested when Tom discovers that his idol isn t as perfect up close as he seems from afar With Jeremiah living a little too much in the moment and with his past catching up to him, will Tom be able to help him before it s too late

About the Author: Howard Shapiro

I live in Pittsburgh, PA with my wife and two sons I am the Controller for the Pittsburgh based Visual Effects firm, Animal Inc., and I have written four children s books and The Stereotypical Freaks will be my debut Graphic Novel My 2008 book, Hockey Player for Life , has been the 1 downloaded children s hockey e book ons Kindle chart since its arrival as an e book in November of 2011 My Hockey Days book was the only book featured in the December 2007 Sporting News Annual Gift Guide as a Best Buy Gift for Children Through a corporatesponsorship program I set up and maintain , since the 2010 11 season, both of my children s hockey books have been given to NHL teams over 2,500 copies to date for use in their community and educational initiatives Since 2006 my annual charity raffle, which he matches dollar for dollar donated, has raised funds for several hockey related charities including the Mario Lemieux Foundation, Hockey Fights Cancer and the Keith and Lisa Primeau Scholarship Fund Forinformation, please log on to howardshapiro dot net

10 thoughts on “The Hockey Saint

  1. says:

    3.5Friendship Sports and media Nice story, a tiny bit preachy.Tom Leonard is a 19 y.o sopho living with his grandmother after the death of his parents He is a bit lost and still suffering nighmares As a hockey player his idol is the famous Jeremiah Jacobson A random decisi

  2. says:

    It s hard to figure out why this wasn t, for me, as good as The Stereotypical Freaks even when the story is, in essence, kind of similar, maybe because i m not into the hockey world or maybe because even when still have recommended songs, isn t centred in music.Anyway, the m

  3. says:

    I would like to thank NetGalley and Animal Media Group for providing me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.4.5 stars Introduction After I had finished reading Howard Shapiro s previous graphic novel, The Stereotypical Freaks, I was excited to find out that T

  4. says:

    This is perfect for young adults The Hockey Saint is relatable and covers real life issues It also has a friendship between a hockey sports star and an average kid, the everyday and something that would be a fantasy for many The artwork is great, and the message a good one Copy

  5. says:

    5 stars for The Hockey Saint a graphic novelARC provided to G the Book Diva blog in exchange for an honest review The author asked me to review this and since he seemed like such a nice guy I decided to step out of my reading box and try something new Imagine my surprise to find t

  6. says:

    The main character is a teenaged boy and prodigy hockey player, who looks like a girl A very emotional girl With a grocery list And his hero, a famous hockey player, looks like Jesus Very weird.40 pages in we were still getting to know the characters and nothing meaningful happens I

  7. says:

    This book was provided by the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Thank you Netgalley and Animal Media GroupThe Hockey Saint is the second book in the Forever Friends Trilogy and tells the story of Tom Leonard and Jeremiah Jacobson Tom is a 19 year old studen

  8. says:

    Free ARC received from Netgalley and Animal Media Group in return for an honest review This in no way affected my opinion on the ARC that I read. Rating 3.75 5Publication Date 14th October 2014Review Date 09th August 2017First book in the series The Stereotypical Freaks Review here 4 5

  9. says:

    I was given a text only review copy of this graphic novel in exchange for an honest review I d like to start out that the star rating would probably be higher, if I had read the finished version of the book, as the artwork will greatly contribute to the experience of this read The cover o

  10. says:

    Lately I ve been obsessed with reading books that feature hockey as a main theme But this graphic novel did not center on hockey as much as I d like it to Which is okay because it centered on friendship and it dealt with some important and tough topics I came for the hockey but stayed for t

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