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The Stowaway Solution by Gordon Korman

The Stowaway Solution (2005)

by Gordon Korman

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Aiden and Meg Falconer are on the hunt for the one man who might be able to free their parents from jail. The hitch? There are plenty of other people on the hunt for them, including the FBI and an eerie, hairless killer. After one close call too many, the Falconers find themselves stowed away on a ship, but the chase doesn't end there. Instead, it moves to close quarters, where every step, every breath, could get them caught.… (more)



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This book is about two fugitive kids named Aiden and Megan who are still trying to find proof that their parents aren’t working for terrorist. They have traveled halfway around of the United States to find evidence, but were not successful. The police had surrounded them in L.A. and the Falconers only escape was by sea. Aiden and Meg were able to sneak into the pier and get to the boat that was leaving to Oregon. When they were passing though the Pacific Ocean they were trap in a horrible storm that sank the ship. The storm had separated the Falconer and left them stranded in the middle of nowhere. Would Aiden and Megan find each other again read the book and find out?
I don’t like this book because this was the only book that does not have Hairless Joe in it. The best part of this book is when snuck into the harbor in chili oil barrels. The worst part was when they got separated in the storm. The most exciting part was when the stole the F.B.I car. I don’t like how they had to travel on a boat. But I do like the descriptions of the setting. I wouldn’t read this book unless you read the others. ( )
  Stephen.Cooper | Mar 28, 2012 |
Meg and Aiden Falconer secretly hide on a ship and sail over seas to escape the fbi to prove to the world their parents are innocent. The whole time, they're being stalked by a man who trys to kill them. ( )
  NiSm0430 | Feb 1, 2011 |
aiden and meg have to stowaway on a ship to get to denver during this they are found out and have to excape on a raft where a big storm hit and they are pulled apart. will they ever find each other, read to see. ( )
  nictheman | Sep 20, 2010 |
Good lower level reading book, action packed adventure; try with reluctant readers. Plot becomes a little far fetched but kids will like the action. ( )
  bookwoman137 | Dec 28, 2009 |
aaaaaaaaaaaaawwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwweeeeeeeeeeeeesssssss​ ( )
  jheminiissocool | Mar 13, 2009 |
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aiden and meg run and run and run and run some more steal some crap use the stolen crap run more steal some more crap hide from the cops,fib, and that bald dude thats trying to kill them pretty good book.
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