Angie feels bored to death, but she doesn't
want to use the d word, especially because the d word
makes her feel sad. You see 127 of Angie's best
friends died when an asteroid struck Camp Windom one
night when Angie was the only one out in the concrete
reinforced latrine.Now she's the only girl in camp.
It's hard to have fun doing crafts and playing soccer
by yourself. Archery is pretty much the only normal
activity. Which is funny, because the Archery
instructor Willem is the only thing that makes her
feel as happy as the d word makes her feel sad. Is he
only paying attention to her because he's bored to d
by having no other campers, or is this the real thing?
Is there light at the end of this tunnel or is this
going to be just one long entotallied bum out summer?