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Determined to impress his absentee father, Griffy enlists the help of Pike, his best friend at Whispering Pines, to master ...
Determined to impress his absentee father, Griffy enlists the help of Pike, his best friend at Whispering Pines, to master everything about boating and fishing. He'll brave the smelly, torture chamber-like fish house. He'll battle the vibrating motor on the Lucky 13. Griffy will do whatever it takes to get his father's attention. Even a knife injury and a near capsize won't keep him from completing his goal.
When a vicious snakehead fish is caught in the waters of Lost Land Lake, the summer takes a sudden and disastrous turn. Strange events lead Griffy to one disappointment after another. He and Pike must unravel a mystery that pits them against a trusted friend and an invasive species fierce enough to ruin the lake and the livelihood of everyone on it.
Can Pike and Griffy save Lost Land Lake before it's too late?
Posted November 29, 2012
The book Snakehead Invasion by G. M. Moore promises to keep the reader interested as each adventure unfolds. This Juvenile Fiction is the third book in the series called An Up North Adventure. The setting takes place at the lakes of Northern Wisconsin where we follow Griffy and Pike through many dangerous situations. The boys become entangled in a mystery that can ruin the lake and the livelihood of everyone on it.
I would highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys the great outdoors and the sport of fishing. This book goes into gory details on how to dissect a fish which is sure to interest boys. It is fun to follow the strange events that take place in The Lost Land Lake while we enjoy figuring out if Griffy and Pike can solve the mystery. G. M. Moore has captured the art of telling an exciting story through this series. (reviewed by M.Hicks)
Posted November 1, 2011