After being closed for many years Camp Dream Haven has finally reopened but the stories are still told around the campfire of the boy who disappeared all those years ago. But camp counselor Telly laughs and tells the campers the real reason the camp closed was over land right. But when Telly's group gets lost on a rafting trip and her brother and another camper who needs medicine on a regular basis goes over a water fall after the raft gets flipped right before night fall, it seems the camps bad luck has started again.
This book is full of action, suspense and more that a few twists and turns. It also has some nice Native American folk lore added in that lends itself nicely to the book. This is a awesome book for many age groups and shows great diversity, it will also appeal to reluctant readers as well as children growing up in many different circumstances.