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When Rachel, the new girl, tries to make friends Hallie one more time and Hallie snubs her- that is the end. Rachel breaks off the hiking group and starts back to the camp . Hallie feels bad and joins her and Jonah, Hallies old friend joins them. It should be an easy walk down the mountain.
Should be., but it isn't. There is a rain storm, a mudslide, and that is all it takes for these three to become hopelessly lost.
So- this is a pretty predictable story. The there have to depend on each other to make it back. There is a bear, some unexpected injuries, no food and a bear. The part that wasn't as predictable was their relatives bishops with God and how that is woven into the story. I appreciated the honesty and the non- preachy attitude. I also liked that it wasn't all tied up neatly at the end. Hallies questions remained.
I would recommend this one. Survival stories are a hit, weave in a love story and a growing friendship and this was really good.