Into the Hurricane
Scholastic Inc | ISBN 9780545853811 Hardcover
240 Pages | 5.96" x 8.57" | Ages 14 & Up
Scholastic Inc | ISBN 9780545853873 Ebook
240 Pages | Ages 14 & Up
Eli and Maxine fight to escape both the hurricane sweeping Shackles Island and the phantoms haunting them in this richly written survival story.
TWO PEOPLE WITH LOSSES
Eli and Max both have good reasons to go to the lighthouse on Shackles Island. For Max, it's an old vacation spot, the rare location where she has only good memories — so it's the right place to scatter her dad's ashes. For Eli, it's the highest point near his Louisiana home, with the clearest view of the rocks where his sister died — so it's the right place to end his own life as well.
A STORM WITHOUT LIMITS
But neither of them expected the other, nor the storm. Because Hurricane Celeste is roaring toward Shackles Island, and its power will break bridges, slash electric lines, and stir up deadly wildlife — some of it human. When the ruthless Odenkirk family steals Max's Jeep with her most precious possession inside, she and Eli begin a desperate quest to get it back and get off the island ... until they realize they must go into the hurricane.
Raves & reviews:
"Into the Hurricane is a riveting story of survival and redemption. Haunted by troubled pasts and hounded by a relentless storm, Louisiana boy Eli and Jersey girl Max must let go of what's holding them back and reach for what really matters as they run, drive, swim, and climb for higher ground. The result is a Category 5 adventure, driven onward as much by sacrifice and heroism as by the whipping winds." -- Michael Northrop, New York Times bestselling author of Trapped and Surrounded by Sharks
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