When 15-year-old Enid Calhoun follows her boyfriend Wick to Maryland for a party, fearful that he might be intending to cheat on her, she finds herself sneaking on board a houseboat where Wick and his friends plan to have a wild night. But before the boys discover their stowaway, a hurricane strikes, and the teenagers are carried miles from the shore and shipwrecked. What follows is a harrowing, yet heartwarming, story of survival, as the teens battle hypothermia, dehydration, man-eating sharks--and along the way, confront their own deepest secrets, including their catalytic roles in the disaster.
The characters were fine. I liked the idea of all the twins in one group of friends.
The plot was AMAZING!! I loved all the twists and turns it gave out when you least expected them.
The voice of the characters was not the best, it could have been more out there but overall it was good.
This book was very intense, I was hooked by the title.
There was a lot of Irony in this book. Enid was very hilarious.
The five ratings above say or explain that this book was absolutely an epic story.
Average: 4.2/5 or 21/25
This book was an Epic Book.