Synopses & Reviews
In Paul Greci's Hostile Territory, a catastrophic earthquake strands four teens in the Alaskan wilderness--and leaves them without a civilization to return to.
Josh and three other campers at Simon Lake are high up on a mountain when an earthquake hits. The rest of the camp is wiped out in a moment--leaving Josh, Derrick, Brooke, and Shannon alone, hundreds of miles from the nearest town, with meager supplies, surrounded by dangerous Alaskan wildlife.
After a few days, it's clear no rescue is coming, and distant military activity in the skies suggests this natural disaster has triggered a political one.
Josh and his fellow campers face a struggle for survival in their hike back home--to an America they might not recognize.
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Praise for The Wild Lands
"This rugged survival story places a group of teens in a dark, burned-out post-apocalyptic nightmare. Your heart will pound for them as they face terrible dangers and impossible odds. Gripping, vivid, and haunting "
--Emmy Laybourne, international bestselling author of the Monument 14 trilogy
"A compelling story that wouldn't let me stop reading. Greci has created both a frightening landscape and characters you believe in and want to survive it."
--Eric Walters, author of the bestselling Rule of Three series