Freewill is about Will, a messed-up sort of kid that death follows around. He has always wanted to be a pilot, but has to work in a wood shop. He is one of the best wood-workers, and all the projects go to the school. They also can be sold, but Will never gets to keep them. When teen suicide starts to kick up, Will knows it's him. His father had death following him around, so why doesn't Will? Will must figure out his life and learn how to live the way he does.
This book is really depressing. I had such a hard time going through this book. It had a weird way of saying "you" because it put the story in your point of view. I really don't have anything good to say about this book. I wouldn't recommend this for anyone.