Lost in the jungle with no guarantee of survival, who will find them first? This fiction is inspired by a real event which occurred in 1995. Two young girls lost their way in a dense tropical rainforest the size of Britain. They had only their cultural heritage and untested survival instincts to guide them to safety. Harry Horsham, the owner of a logging company, organizes his men into a complex search party to help find the girls. Each day that passes without them being found is a day too many. Not only do the girls have to worry about the unknown dangers of the rainforest, they also have to worry about another search party that hopes to find them. An established gang of human traffickers also takes up the challenge of finding the lost girls. However, their intentions may be more sinister than what the rainforest has in store for them. The two search parties have different motivations in finding the girls, but there can only be one outcome. Nature must take its course. Can the Balata sisters survive in the rainforest and will the right search party find them first? The Balata Sisters is the first novel by Hamley Case, who managed a sizeable logging company in one of the most unpopulated and untamed forests in South America.
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|Size: ||7.3 MB|
|Publisher: ||Paragon Publishing|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781782223672 (DRM-PDF)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|