Coriander Jones expects a usual summer at Happy Haven, a camp for underprivileged youth. Along with her sister and best friend, Coriander joins forces with mean girl Olivia, and the mysterious Cole, whose secret agenda puts the team in peril. Juggling nosy counselors, homicidal maintenance men, and the first annual Happy Haven Color War, Coriander may save the world, if she survives camp. More
The Old Ones are out there, waiting, and trying to get back into our dimension. All that separates us from them is a barrier known as the sieve.
Thirteen-year-old Coriander Jones, her best friend Sam and little sister Autumn are expecting another summer as usual at Camp Happy Haven, a rundown summer camp subsidized for “lower income children.” But after the bus ride to camp turns into a battle for their very lives, Coriander discovers she is part of a mysterious, centuries-old organization that defends our world against the return of the “Old Ones,” deities that pre date written or even spoken history. Angry at being forgotten and replaced over the eons, they want to breach the sieve and re-establish their control over humanity. Along with Sam and Autumn, Coriander must work with her arch nemesis, the formerly wealthy Olivia, and the mysterious teenager, Cole, to save the world from being thrown into chaos and despair.
In between discovering her own unique powers and trying to uncover Cole’s secret agenda, Coriander must also juggle endless bureaucratic paperwork, nosy counselors, homicidal maintenance men, and the first annual Camp Happy Haven Color War.
If she survives all that, maybe she’ll have time to save the world.