The book I am reviewing is Storm Runners: Eruption by Roland Smith. It is the third book in the series and it's about a boy named Chase Masters whose dad got struck by lightning repairing something on the roof of their house. After that, his father became incredibly interested in natural disasters and sold everything they owned including their house and became a storm chaser. In this book, after surviving the many bad disasters in the previous books, they head off to Mexico where a volcano is about to erupt. I would rate this book a three out of five stars. I gave it this rating because it is a simple storyline and it is a fast read. I feel in some parts that the author, Roland Smith, could have done a little better job in creating the scenes and making them more interesting. Storm Runners is realistic fiction because of what they do and use to track and survive storms. Storm chasers really exist and they use a lot of the equipment described in the book. I would recommend this book to people in 4th through 7th grade because it is a fairly easy read and not very hard to pick up. You could have read this book even though it is the third book of the series and still understand what is going on. An internal conflict in this book is when Chase has to go through seeing all of the horrible things he sees throughout the book. An external conflict in this book is when everyone has to try and survive the danger of being storm chasers. Especially when they are on an erupting volcano.