In the book Take Me To The River, by Will Hobbs, a fourteen-year-old named Dylan Sands flies from Nashville, North Caroli, to Terlingua, Texas, to see his cousin Rio for the first time. Rio and Dylan just want to have a great time together going down the canyons of the Rio Grande along the Texas-Mexico border but they find a Mexican kidnapper and gangster, so they run away from the fugitive and try to get themselves and the child to a safe place
TAKE ME TO THE RIVER
Hey Dylan, nice to meet you for the first time. Ready to have a great time together.
Nice to meet you too, I am really excited about this adventure.
Yeah, this is amazing!
I am having such a great time with you, I wish we could do this more often. I love the views and everything!
From now on, you will do everything that I say. You guys are gonna take me out of here and if you don't listen to what I say you know what will happen. The cops are looking for me right now so we better hurry and start moving.
We did it, we are free!
COME BACK HERE OR I'LL SHOOT YOU RIGHT NOW
Rio: He is Dylan's cousin and lives in Terlingua Texas. He is a really brave person and loves the wilderness and adventures. Dylan: He comes from Nashville, North Carolina, to visit his cousin Rio in Texas. It's the first time they see each other. Diego: They might have killed his father and he was is going around the dangerous deesert of Mexico with a kidnapper. He is a really brave boy. Carlos: He is a kidnapper and dangerous gangster that kidnapped Diego and is now lost in the Texas-Mexico border.