Before they landed on a remote desert island, the survivors of Flight 29 weren't necessarily friends. Some of them were friendly, some were healthy competitors, and some were...just plain strangers. Get the back-story on television's hottest group of tween castaways with the first three audiobooks in this series!
We're back in real time, after the enormous (and enormously destructive) storm. The food supply has been flooded, and the shelter has been decimated. Jackson and his motley crew are going to have to start from scratch. But there's mutiny afoot, as the group splinters off and teamwork dissolves. Someone's going to have to step up to keep everyone together - but that's easier said than done.
Daley, Nathan, and the rest of the survivors of Flight 29 Down have learned to rely on one another for nothing less than survival. After all, they're in the wilderness, and if they can't work together, no one is safe. So when personal belongings start to go missing, the bonds of trust are shattered - with dangerous consequences.
When Eric breaks the camp lighter and the fire goes out, the castaways are in real trouble. That fire is their source of heat, smoke signals, and, most importantly, clean water. No one is having much luck getting the fire going, but when Jackson gets very sick from drinking unsanitized water, the heat is really on. Can they get the fire lit again before it's too late for one of their own?
Back in the real world, Abby was passive and mellow, but the need to survive changes people. While Daley and the others are safe at the campsite, Abby is roughing it in the jungle - no more yoga for this girl. When Abby returns to camp for a second time and challenges everything they have built, Daley expects the group to cling to the status quo - but she couldn't be more wrong. Abby is ready to take action, and she's not the only one.
The castaways from 29 Down have learned to fend for themselves, and it looks like island living may agree with them - at least until they're rescued. But even while they hone their survival skills, the resentments and issues that divide them continue to grow. They've chosen a leader - but what good is a leader if he can't keep the team together?
After a week of being stranded on an unknown island, the remaining seven survivors of Flight 29 Down have pretty much gotten their routine down. Everyone has his or her job and pulls his or her weight. But when an unexpected visitor suddenly reappears on the scene, will she disrupt their delicate balance?