Joy Cowley
A Maori boy with the gift of sight in 1803--a slave to Maori warriors hunting for the Moa bird--and fourteen-year-old Jordan--a plane crash survivor marooned on a deserted New Zealand island in the present day--experience interconnecting visions.

Book Details


  • Adventure
  • Environment
  • Fiction

Age Level: 

  • 12 and up
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Jordan and her brothers, Baxter and Robbie, are flying on a small plane, and they crash. Baxter has suffered some wounds in his arm. They all are hungry. They know they are miles away from civilization, so they have to survive on their own. Yet, they are not completely on their own. Hunter, a runaway slave, sees Jordan in his mind, and tries to help her. Whatever Hunter does, Jordan will know that also, like mental telepathy. Hunter sees their problems, and tries to do his best to help them.

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This book is about three kids who get stranded on an island because there plane crashed. They survived on stuff from the island. This book talks about how they will survive when they are stranded for a week.

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