Genre: Middle Grade, Realistic Fiction
Source: I received a copy to facilitate my review. The opinions expressed here are my own.
Empowered by their experiences while stranded on an island, six teenagers set out to right the wrongs in the world.
When unconventional--and illegal--methods get them into trouble, they find themselves on the run.
A story of hope and adventure.
In the first book we are introduced to a group of kids who all belong to a chess club. They crash on an island. In this book, things have changed. They have decided to live on the island. In this book we have a theme of communication running throughout and how important it is to listen to each other. With the type of characters this author writes, meaning believable and deep, this would be a book everyone would enjoy, with a message everyone should hear. As always, Teri has provided both a story to entertain and learn from. If you haven’t read the first one you really need to. Then you need to check out her third book in the series.