Escape From the Island of Aquarius (#02 in Cooper Kids Series)
A rescue mission leads Jay and Lila Cooper to a doomed South Sea Island where nothing is as they expected. Instead of a primitive civilization, the Coopers encounter a busy colony with a mysterious leaders claiming to be Adam MacKenzie,...
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A rescue mission leads Jay and Lila Cooper to a doomed South Sea Island where nothing is as they expected. Instead of a primitive civilization, the Coopers encounter a busy colony with a mysterious leaders claiming to be Adam MacKenzie, a missionary once presumed dead. To add to the confusion, someone seems to have pushed the island's self-destruct button. Earthquakes and erosion are tearing the island apart, and every moment is precious in the Coopers' search for the real Adam MacKenzie. ESCAPE FROM THE ISLAND OF AQUARIUS is a page-turning tale of action, stolen identity and nail-biting cliffhangers.
Poisonous snakes and angry terrorists. Close calls and nerve-wracking rescues. Earthquakes. Traps. Plane crashes. Typical teen years, right? Jay and Lila Cooper are teenagers who travel all over the world with their archaeologist dad. Their adventures take them to some remote corners of the earth, where they encounter mysterious characters and dark secrets. They must find ways to uncover the truth--no matter how dangerous the search. By trusting in God to keep them safe in the most perilous situations, Jay and Lila have some amazing adventures. Now a new generation of readers can immerse themselves in the exciting world of the Cooper kids with this boxed set. All four books have been redesigned, giving the series a fresh new look.
Frank Peretti, whose books have sold more than 12 million copies and is widely credited with reinventing Christian fiction. He is the author of Monster as well as the international bestsellers The Oath and This Present Darkness. The Oath has sold more than a million copies and was awarded the 1996 ECPA Gold Medallion Award for best fiction. Peretti lives with his wife Barbara in the Pacific Northwest.