Two years after surviving a late-season snowstorm with no food or shelter, 16-year-old Mark is back in the Eastern High Sierras - this time to complete a summer internship with the California Forest Service. Mark's job is supposed to be helping maintain trails throughout the Sierras, but very soon he gets involved with thwarting a bear-poaching ring and saving a rare bighorn ram from a big-game hunter who's determined to add the ram to his collection of some of the world's most exotic - and rapidly disappearing - animals. Mark fought off a bear and bad weather in his first trip to the High Sierras. This time it's guns and bad guys - and he'll need all the courage and grit to survive his second trip into California's wilderness.
|Publisher:||Reader Publishing Group|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.44(d)|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
"Track of the Hunter" is the second book by this author. I enjoyed it as much as his first book "LOST". This book also will be good for young and old readers alike. Very exciting and very hard to put down. When you read why poachers kill wild animals, it is hard to accept. Criminals, law enforcement officers, forest rangers, a teenage boy trying to earn an Eagle Scout badge, and wild endangered species. This book has all that and more. I enjoyed this book, as much as this author's first, and hope there will be more in the future.