Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is a children's novel by Mark Twain. Unlike other adventure stories, this adventure journey is not for fun but for the survival. A boy, whose life is, threatened none other than his own father.  A slave escapes from the custody of masters in fear of being sold. Both unite to fight for survival of them. Huckle caught between the legal battle of custody from his own drunkard father and his adopters. While the legal system is in favor of biological father, the boy does not want to live in his father’s shadows in fear of his father’s attitude towards him. He is kidnapped by his own father and locked in the room.  He creates alibi of his death and escapes from the custody. Jim, a slave escapes from his masters, when he hears the discussion between them about himself being sold.  Huckle and Jim meet together and they travel  through a threatening journey to safe living.