Finn Jupiter lives in the idyllic mountain town of Victory, Colorado. She's a smart, daring, and fiercely independent young woman. She also has a gift for seeing the small things that others can't. Connecting lines that, for most, don't exist.
While happy to live out a quiet life, hiking and climbing in The Rockies, fate has other plans for Finn. Victory is about to become ground zero for one of the most shocking disasters in U.S. history. And when her father goes missing, a victim of the catastrophe, Finn is forced to make an extraordinary decision. A decision that will question everything she knows about herself. And about what she is truly capable of.
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When I first started reading, I was hooked. As I read more, I became annoyed with the main character who did ALL of the things I would not want any teenager (boy or girl) to do. Though for the right reasons, they are not the best way to handle things. I understand this is just a story. So why did I give it such a high rating? Because it is such an awesome story. I really could have gone without all of the foul language especially to/with the parents and I hate when kids call their parents by their first name, it is so disrespectful. But in the end, the story is so good, it won me over. As a pilot myself, though I haven't flown in years, I enjoyed reading that part and the main event, wow! I hope teens do not cuss so much (it is really so degrading), call their parents Scott and Emily (or whatever, climb buildings (already influenced by Batman for heaven's sake), argue with teachers, start fights, steal things, disregard police directives, and all of the other things Flynn did but yes, she is quite an awesome teen. I'd be proud of her as well. Highly recommend this book but not the actions! :)
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