But Stephen’s life gets even more challenging when his dad falls into a coma. Stephen has no one who could take important decisions for him and for his dad. Both his mom and his grandfather are dead leaving Stephen completely alone. But gradually Stephen starts feeling a strong affection from the Greens, the family who is taking care of Stephen’s dad and are providing shelter for him and his dad. He also starts building a friendly bond with Jackson and his friends. All the care and friendliness makes Stephen take some decisions that he finds the most joy in, such as playing baseball with Jackson and his friends. This makes him realize that he should start taking decisions that he wants, not what his dead grandpa would want him to take. Everything is going smooth until one day, where Stephen and Jenny, Jackson’s adopted sister, play a prank that goes wrong. This was a huge turning point for them and the whole Settler’s Landing.
Without a doubt, this book has an excellent plot and plenty of heartwarming moments, which makes this book worthy of reading. Reading this book was definitely enjoyable and this book does a good job of hooking its readers into the book.
This book is perfect for anyone who enjoys reading science fiction books and dystopia.