This was amazing story about survival, featuring two teens that find themselves stranded in the Everglades....
...Now, can Sarah, this city girl and Andy, a local boy, survive all alone in the wilderness? With predators at every turn, and practically no water or food?
This was an incredible, nerve shattering reading experience. And if i didn't had to sleep, i would have read it non stop...
With a clear and engaging writing, the author makes us watch how these two people who barely know each other, will have to rely on one another to save themselves on a hostile environment.
This may be a story about survival, but the author approaches other issues. Like racial ones and how almost anything in this world goes round and round...
Sarah is an incredible young lady who is aware of that fact. For her, kindness, and doing the right thing are not a matter of the right moment, they just are.
That's why she finds herself taking care of a baby duck (Teapot) while trying to survive. This feathered character, allows for some "light" moments, on a book fraught with danger at every step.
Thanks Isa, for the recommendation :)
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