Author(s): Drew Bale
Hunter has changed towns a dozen times, has lived in at least that many houses, and has made even fewer friends. His only companions usually just his annoying younger brother, a vast area to explore, and his imagination to help entertain him.
His family moves again and it seems just as bad as all the other times. Hunter soon discovers that this time is different. There is a massive paddock out the back, with a creek flowing through it and a mountain of grass to explore. There is an abundance of possibilities for fun to be had, and this time he is not alone.
Hunter's imagination is about to run wild. Will his new found friends join in on the fun? Or will they bow to the pressure of bullies and abandon the imaginary world that they have built? A world which grows with them as they create strong memories.
Even imaginary fun can be filled with dangers.