What would you do?
After a mysterious impact in the dry Oklahoma landscape, three teenagers discover a world where they can do anything they want. Anything at all: Play. Explore. Fly. Destroy. But as a ripple of consequences impact on reality, Sonny, Isla and Dan realise this is far from a game. Do they now have the power to change the real world? Because if they do, they know exactly what they want to do first.
Dirt-poor Sonny Monroe blames the oil company that fracked his family ranch for his problems. Dan Hawk, a Native American from the Chickatawa tribe, has never forgotten who stole his native Homelands. Idealistic Isla Duncan, a Scottish Paralympian junior on a charity handcycle tour, would just like to make the world a better place.
As the three teens attract global enemies and the killings begin, grave doubts divide them: Do they control this new-found power? Or is it controlling them?
If so, what on Earth does The Sandbox want
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About the Author
JW Patrick lives in Scotland, UK and has written numerous documentary voice-over scripts broadcast on television in the UK and USA (Discovery Channel, PBS etc.). James also works as a ghost writer, copywriter and part-time chef. James has two children, one of whom he tipped out of a kayak on her 3rd birthday while writing the non-fiction book, Why Have Adventures? James also loves cooking, cricket, reading and cycling.
JW Patrick’s other books include:
The Family Travel Journal Volumes 1 & 2
Look. Laugh. Talk. Together. Two volumes of fun family activities to get families talking together more and reduce their screen time while travelling.
The Invincibles. A boarding school adventure novel set in Scotland for children aged 10+
Why Have Adventures? With Sam Sykes. A free non-fiction book for parents of teens exploring the lifelong benefits of outdoor education.