Keri Walker is 12 years old and is in a bit of strife. She has been on the end of some bullying from The Gang of Five and she's keen to make herself scarce when they are around. However, she can't help but step in when she finds a much younger child being bullied.
The Gang of Five thinks she snitched on them. On a school camp, they start a serious campaign. The camp is on an island, and there are plenty of exciting activities to look forward to; yachting, confidence course and orienteering. Keri loves a challenge and is keen to do well. In addition, if Keri stays out of trouble, her mother will allow her to visit her cousin in Sydney over the summer holidays. She is determined to stay out of trouble.
Unfortunately, the gang has a different agenda.
This is the second in the 'Keri' series. Make sure you read the previous book, 'Losing William'.
Jenni Francis lives in Matakana, New Zealand, with her husband, and her greedy golden retriever, Bailey. She lives on five acres, with an orchard, a pond, sheep, ducks and lots of other wild life.
She has been a teacher for many years, and during that time has written many novels and short stories. Now that she has more time, she decided it was time to put this work together.