The Wild Boys IV
In Deep Trouble
I thought that I would be done with The Wild Boys, with the third book, Twins Held Hostage. However after its release, I had so many people say that they wanted their life to continue with another adventure. They loved the characters charms and innocence, and felt that they were a part of their lives. So, they talked me into it with a whole new adventure, The Wild Boys IV; In Deep Trouble.
The boys, like all children, are growing up so fast, and I wrote down things from my own experiences and felt like grounding my characters into young adulthood. This book came naturally, and flowed from my pen without stopping. It is filled with excitement and intrigue, tying them in with their childhood adventures from the first three books. It came together so well that I didn’t want the series to stop, and so I didn’t. I came up with an ending that left it open for a fifth book. That book, I thought, would now end the series with, The Wild Boys V; Coming of Age, but again while talking with others, and writing blogs about the boys’ adventures, I thought I might, and probably will do, one more final book, bringing the boys back to the farm as a family reunion when they are much older. Time will only tell and what adventure could I bring with them having their own children?
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Book number four is a continuation from saving the twins from a Dayson alien, and they still need to tell their parents. Everything smooths over and they go on a family vacation to a dirt bike rally. Four members of the family get trapped in a submarine at the bottom of Lake Michigan, and the boys have to figure out how they can help the local FBI.
After saving the world, once again, from a Dayson invasion, they have the responsibility to explain how they rescued the twins who were held hostage in the third book. Before their parents came home, Chris piled dirt up in the field behind the house in order to practice jumping with his dirt bike. The parents came home from vacation, and the boys had separate, private talks to explain their actions. Everything turns out, and the next thing you know, they are all heading out to Frankfort, Michigan for a dirt bike rally competition.
While Chris is enrolling for the race, the others are enjoying a carnival. Half of them decide to take a submarine ride down in Lake Michigan. Half way through the tour, the sub goes out of control after an explosion. It travels farther away and sinks to the bottom of the lake with no power and no communication. The word gets out and the bike race is postponed. Everyone is in search for the missing sub.
Chris wants to help, but has no idea on how. While sitting in his stupor, he hears a faint sound coming from his alien translator. It is his brother talking on the submarine. Quite by accident, they find out that with their medallion and translator, they can communicate to Rick in the sub. Mike does the math and pinpoints a radius on were the sub could be found. The search resumes, and their Uncle Jerry rents a boat, and the two brothers and their dad head out with Jerry to search. Mike brings along his sister’s new toy, the alien remote spaceship that has a camera and can go under water.
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