About the Book:When 15-year-old Enid Calhoun follows her boyfriend Wick to Maryland for a party, fearful that he might be intending to cheat on her, she finds herself sneaking on board a houseboat where Wick and his friends plan to have a wild night. But before the boys discover their stowaway, a hurricane strikes, and the teenagers are carried miles from the shore and shipwrecked. What follows is a harrowing, yet heartwarming, story of survival, as the teens battle hypothermia, dehydration, man-eating sharks--and along the way, confront their own deepest secrets, including their catalytic roles in the disaster.
Welcome to Rex Robot Reviews, Wick. We are so excited to have you! Can you tell us a little bit about your story?It’s a story about survival. My sister and a group of my friends and I wind up adrift at sea in a life raft. We don’t have much to survive. And there are a lot of sharks.
What was your first thought when you found out that you had a stowaway?I was in shock. We all were in shock. But there was a part of me that was happy. Enid is my sister. In one of the worst moments of your life, who doesn’t want to see your sister?
What was the most exciting and the most terrifying part of your experience lost at sea?
The ocean is so much bigger than you think it is. And it’s filled with stuff that wants to kill you.
Can you name three songs that best describe your intense journey in Sharks & Boys?Come Sail Away by Styx
Hammerhead Shark by David Lee Roth
Shark Attack by Wailing Souls
Thanks for stopping by, Wick!
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