Wanna know about GeoCaching? Read this book to find out. It is Realistic Fiction. This a one of a kind, this book is not in a series. The book is about a boy that wants to go geocaching and when he does he finds a mysterious twist to the story. I rate this book as 4 Star. I rated it a 4 because it was exciting, just a little slow for me. But read it for yourself to find out what you would want to rate it.
The book is an action adventure about a boy going GeoCaching. It has a mysterious twist when he finds two boys along his adventurous. Its setting is a story that is like action then calm then action then calm again. When I started reading the book, I thought it was going to be another guy on an adventure book. The boy and his family and the two little boys have a good mind because they are kids that have a very mysterious mind. They boy and their father live in the woods and they boys always tell the kid going geocaching not to go near there dad. I think the book is trying to give a life lesson about trusting people.
The book is written very well and it has a confusing setting when you read it. I think people who like adventures and mysteries would like to read this book. I think people ages 16-25 would like this type of book. You should watch out for the twists because those will really get you in this book. I think kids younger than 10 would be kind of confused about the whole thing because this book might look like it is for kids but it has a setting that maybe teens my age would like to read.
Great book, not just for middle school required reading either. My daughter and I spent two days deep in this book while snuggled up on the couch together. We wanted to know more more more after every chapter. There were surprises, ups, downs, and everything in between. The only thing disappointing about the ending was knowing there was no more book to read. Fortunately though, the book turned us on to geocaching, allowing the books adventurous spirit to live on. Found our first geocache Wednesday night and the entire weekend is dedicated to finding more.
The author does a great job creating intrigue and following through to a happy ending. Not only is the book a great read for teens (and adults!), it may also encourage readers to engage in their own adventures by becoming geocachers themselves.