Storm Runners Flyer

By: Shane Evenson

Book reviews

  1. Book one in Roland Smith's middle-grade action-adventure series--now in paperback! Chase Masters and his father are "storm runners," racing across the country in pursuit of hurricanes, tornadoes, and floods. ... Google Books


    Chase Masters and his father are "storm runners," racing across the country in pursuit of hurricanes, tornadoes, and floods. Anywhere bad weather strikes, they are not far behind. Chase is learning more on the road than he ever would just sitting in a classroom. But when the hurricane of the century hits, he will be tested in ways he never could have imagined.

    -Goodreads

About the Author

Roland Smith was born in Oregon. He started his life off with 20 year job as a zookeeeper. He published his first book in 1990 about otters after helping rescue animals from the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill. Roland won his first medal in 1996 for the book Journey Of The red Wolf. He now lives with his wife and stepchildren.


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Who the characters are as actors

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Setting

Chase, his father, and worker Tomas, are chasing a massive hurricane that is going to hit in the Gulf of Mexico and travel along the lower east coast. They are boarding up windows and doors of houses to take the damage to a minimum. Then, something terrible happens that leaves chase and two other children abandoned on a levee and surrounded by gator infested waters, during Hurricane Emily. Chase's Dad and Tomas are trying to rescue them, but they are turned away by police.


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Storm Runners By: Roland Smith

Meet the flyer creator: Shane Evenson

Shane is 13 years old. In his free time, he likes to play sports like baseball, lacrosse, snowboard, and hangout with friends. He has eight pets. He has two sisters, Taylor and Jessica, and his two parents, John and Sharon.

Summary

In Storm Runners, a broken family starts a new life as disaster chasers. They go to where a storm is predicted to hit and they board up the house or buildings there. When the storm hits and the houses are destroyed, they charge boatloads of money to fix the houses. While preparing houses for category five hurricane, the hurricane strikes and it leaves characters searching for eachother, and more importantly, shelter.