Hunting the Hunter (On the Run, Book 6)

Interest LevelReading LevelReading A-ZATOSWord Count
Grades 4 - 8Grades 3 - 6R5.326261
Aiden and Meg Falconer find and confront the man who could free their parents in this thrilling conclusion to the first ON THE RUN series.

Aiden and Meg Falconer have been all across country, looking for the man who framed their parents and sent them off to life in prison. Now they've found him -- and need to trap him before he gets away again. But it isn't going to be easy. Hairless Joe is a professional killer ... and he's not about to let two kids stand in the way of his freedom. It's the ultimate showdown -- and only one side can win.
Paperback, 151 pages
Published on February 1, 2006 by Scholastic
ISBN-10: 0439651417
ISBN-13: 9780439651417
5 Book Reviews
  • sylvie55555
    sylvie55555over 2 years33 stars
    This book was pretty good, but it was a little sad. It's the last book in the on the run series, and Mg and Aiden are still on the run. They are working on a farm, and thier nervous that they will never have enough evidence to get thier parents out of jail. Will they be able to do it? Read the book to find out!
    • aria123
      aria123over 4 years55 stars
      The Gordon Korman has the most incredible books in the world. He wrote so many books and they are so incredible. I really wish I had all of his books, I could practicly read all of them in a day. Books are the most awesome thing in the world real.
      • ianz10
        ianz10over 7 years
        I think this is a good book because it has a lot of action.If you have any of the series Aidan and meg get in a tough sitution
        • happypug12
          happypug12over 7 years44 stars
          This was an epic grand finale to a great series. It was filled with action, drama, decisions, and the love for family. : )
          • osweeney
            osweeneyabout 8 years
            Aiden and Meg have found out who their mysterious killer is. They are staying undercover from him, by working on a farm. They almost get caught by the police, but of course, the farmer saves them.