By Wayne Johnson
Whilst Max Geist plans a rugged canoe journey at the rivers of Northern Minnesota, fifteen-year-old David fears that facing his father--an opinionated, obdurate, beginner outdoorsman--will be the roughest a part of their trip. Little does he comprehend that after he enters the unforgiving barren region his lifestyles, and that of his kin, may be irrevocably changed.
At the beginning in their journey, David's father and more youthful sister, Janie, in brief go paths with a bunch of fellows who, unbeknownst to the Geist relations, are at the lam. Fearing the relatives could have realized an excessive amount of approximately them, the outlaws choose to music down the unknown guy and his daughter and, if want be, silence them. once they locate the family's campsite, David is away; he returns to discover his father in a life-or-death fight with one guy and his sister being savagely attacked by way of one other. David, terribly robust for his age, saves Max and Janie's lives and, within the method, kills a guy. however the moment guy escapes, and David is familiar with he has a companion . . . and that it is just an issue of time earlier than they arrive again to complete the task they began. The outlaws develop into the single predators to worry within the wild because the Geist family members is hunted down like animals--and unhurt David is the family's merely wish for survival. As they tread throughout the snow-covered rocky terrain looking for protection, what begun as a kin bonding journey turns into a try of David's psychological and actual limits, a trip into manhood and the tasks that include it.
The satan You Know combines the breathtaking depth of a major literary mystery with the complexity and poignancy of a vintage coming-of-age novel. it is a spellbinding suspense novel with middle and soul, a narrative that may hold you riveted until eventually the final web page.