Lost Island Smugglers

Lost Island Smugglers
Famed producer/director, Max Elliot Anderson, has successfully turned his talents to penning books for tweener boys. For those not familiar with the term “tweener” or “tween”, it is a new urban term geared toward the 8/ 9—13/14 year old age group. Quality Christian fiction is generally quite sparse for this age group. Anderson has filled the void by writing and marketing adventure series for boys. His latest book, Lost Island Smugglers, published in July 2010 by Port Yonder Press, is the first in the new Sam Cooper Adventure series.

Sam Cooper, an eleven year old boy, belongs to a loving family. The only son of a biologist, he is forced to make friends more easily than other youth because his family moves frequently. Newly relocated to Florida, Sam instantly makes friends with two boys when he attends Sunday school. Tony is the son of the local Marina owner. He is rich, large for his age, and rough around the edges. Tyler, the only child of divorced parents, is quiet and hides in Tony’s shadow. At Tony’s invitation, Tyler and Sam join him for scuba diving lessons. Once certified, the boys sneak off to go scuba diving in the ocean. Unfortunately, a tropical storm moves in and the boys are marooned for days on a deserted island. While there, they run into a band of drug smugglers and flee into the jungle in an attempt to evade them.

The book deals with the issues of family, love, respect, honor and right from wrong. Well written and geared toward boys, it will equally hold the attention of your adventure-seeking young lady.

Disclaimer: A copy of this book was provided by the author’s publicist in exchange for a fair review.

Lost Island Smugglers can be purchased from online retailers such as www.amazon.com





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