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Wildfire Run
Wildfire Run
Wildfire Run
Audiobook5 hours

Wildfire Run

Written by Dee Garretson

Narrated by MacLeod Andrews

Rating: 3 out of 5 stars



About this audiobook

The president's retreat, Camp David, is one of the safest places in the United States. So why can't the President's son, Luke, and his friends Theo and Callie stay there without Secret Service agents constantly hovering over them, watching their every move? And yet, when an earthquake sets off a raging wildfire, causing a chain reaction that wreaks havoc at Camp David, they are suddenly on their own.

Now Luke needs a plan:

  • To override the security systems
  • To save those who were supposed to save him
  • To get through an impassable gate
  • To escape Camp David

Debut author Dee Garretson delivers a heart-pounding tween thriller—an action-packed adventure with undeniable suspense.

Release dateAug 31, 2010

Dee Garretson

Dee Garretson spent her childhood helping her father build his offbeat inventions and playing adventure games in the woods. After working as a landscape designer and teaching landscape horticulture classes for several years, Dee returned to writing. Her debut novel, Wildfire Run, has been praised for its suspense and its hero, Luke, who “with his companions, displays generous measures of courage and ingenuity in rising to the occasion” (ALA Booklist). She lives with her family in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
    Fine for elementary school age kids but I had a hard time with it... Like A Series of Unfortunate Events where one thing after another goes wrong.
  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
    This was a fun survival/adventure book for middle grades and tweens. It was a quick, fun read, and I really liked it a lot. The only problem was a few of the characters were a bit irritating.
  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
    Read aloud to 7 y.o. and it was the most intense thing we've read. Very suspenseful, great problem solving by the kids and one death of minor character (Secret Service Agent) but otherwise positive ending.