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Storm Runners #3: Eruption Hardcover – March 1, 2012
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While Rashawn decides to stay in Florida with her reunited family to help with the circus animals, Nicole and Chase travel with his dad and Tomás, along with cameraman Mark and reporter Cindy, down into the disaster area. Nicole is terribly worried about her mom and sister who are with the rest of the family circus, and there has been no word from them or Tomás' family. To cover more ground, our heroes break into two groups: Chase, Tomás and Cindy set out to find Tomás' family, while Chase's dad, Nicole and Mark search for the circus folk. But the going is tough for each group, with aftershocks, broken bridges and landslides blocking the roads.
As the rescuers inch closer to their targets, they begin finding more signs, like the tiny performing poodle stranded on the road, and the wreckage of the trucks carrying the circus cats with the horrifying remains of 10 dead animals. But the circus has 11 big cats, meaning one of the tigers has escaped and is roaming the jungle, scared, disoriented and hungry. And, as if they need another challenge, a huge, temperamental volcano is spitting ash and smoke, threatening to erupt.Read more ›
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This book was Amazing. It's the third of the storm runners books. I would recommend this book. The second book is the surge.Published 17 months ago by Ryan
This book was amazing I just got this book yesterday and I never stoped reading it. I hope Roland Smith makes a fourth bookPublished 18 months ago by PaCo
It's a good book with a big cliff hanger😀needs another book in the series though.it's a good book that you should consider readingPublished 21 months ago by Andrea Johnson