After fifteen-year-old Tuck finds a Maya artifact while on vacation in Guatemala, his whole life changes. To his surprise, he discovers he can make it rain and snow. A local weatherman happens to be around when Tuck creates a waterspout near his home in Tarpon Springs, Florida, and the next thing he knows, someone from the Department of Homeland Security is picking him up at school and taking him to their offices in Orlando. From there, things only get weirder and more dangerous when he’s escorted to Washington, D.C.
With help from friends and family, Tuck tries to outwit government agents while staying one step ahead of the mysterious Rafe Castillo, the man assigned to ride herd on him. Tuck has an amazing opportunity to reverse the effects of climate change… but only if he stays alive long enough to do it.
I don’t want to add much to the blurb, because I don’t like to add spoilers. I really enjoyed this book. I would recommend it for any teenager who likes excitement and intrigue.
As usual, Fenraven gives us an interesting story with well-developed characters.
Theo Fenraven happily lives in south Florida, where it is hot and sunny much of the year.
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