"Where is my son?" Asher's mother screamed as they loaded her husband's body into the ambulance.
Five miles up the trail, Asher was going deeper into the wilderness. His compulsive need for routine, hike to the lake at the same time on the same trail with the same gear, is now amplified by his father's last wish, to find their friend and deliver supplies.
In Lincoln, Wyoming, fourteen-year-old Caleb (Finding Caleb: Search and Rescue Dog Book I) is stunned when the sheriff asks him to urgently bring search dog "Boo" to find Asher. When they find Asher near the lake, the adventure is just beginning. Asher insists on staying "lost" so he can connect with an off-the-grid survivalist. Then a woman in a wheel chair helps them all stay out of trouble with the law.
Finding Asher is a story of resilience and the driving need for belonging, as Caleb and Boo search the wilderness and survive the with the help of people with autism, mental illness, and physical disabilities.