The Curse Of Treasure Island (2020)

The Curse Of Treasure Island Francis Bryan The Curse Of Treasure Island In Treasure Island brought Robert Louis Stevenson instant fame and its characters especially the one legged rascal Long John Silver gained a permanent place in popular culture Now Francis Bryan
  • Title: The Curse Of Treasure Island
  • Author: Francis Bryan
  • ISBN: 9780451208798
  • Page: 400
  • Format: Paperback
The Curse Of Treasure Island Francis Bryan In 1883, Treasure Island brought Robert Louis Stevenson instant fame and its characters especially the one legged rascal Long John Silver gained a permanent place in popular culture Now, Francis Bryan gives due homage to the immortal original with this thrilling sequel Ten years after the Hispaniola sailed with its hoard of gold from Treasure Island, Jim Hawkins findsIn 1883, Treasure Island brought Robert Louis Stevenson instant fame and its characters especially the one legged rascal Long John Silver gained a permanent place in popular culture Now, Francis Bryan gives due homage to the immortal original with this thrilling sequel Ten years after the Hispaniola sailed with its hoard of gold from Treasure Island, Jim Hawkins finds himself smitten by a beautiful young woman in distress and returning to that accursed island to learn the fate of the marooned Joseph Tait the most murderous buccaneer of them all
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  1. Bree

    The book overall was definetly written with the spirit of Stevenson s orginal in mind And it holds true to that spirit though it is a bit morbid than Stevenson ever was.And by morbid I mean violent mostly torturous violence which seems to be an emerging trend in books I ve read as of late.However, it was a good story, had interesting characters and intriguing plot twists and thankfully the characters who remained from the original story were not toyed with in such a way as to do them an injusti [...]

  2. Liz

    I tried, but I just can t get into this book There are too many things wrong with it The plot makes no sense and the characterizations are awful The author goes out of his way to make his writing sound like it was from the same time period as when Treasure Island was written, but it just comes off clumsy and awkward There s too much telling and not enough showing One thing that really bugs me is that Jim Hawkins is the biggest pansy mama s boy ever I ve never read the original Treasure Island, b [...]

  3. Franz

    This book is about Jim Hawkins He finds a young woman in distress returning to an accursed island learning the fate of Joseph Tait, a murderous buccaneer I like this book because it s fun to read about a cursed island and learning about what happened in the history of a book.

  4. Lisa Rathbun

    The author captured the voice of Jim from Treasure Island quite accurately however, what I found appealing in a boy s narrative, became annoying in a young man s Admittedly, Jim Hawkins in Treasure Island is purportedly writing his memoirs as a man, but the reader imagines him as a boy with a boy s feelings In this sequal, Jim is still fearful as if he didn t grow up to be a confident man for example, When I think of that moment now I fancy that I must have given a small whimper But that cannot [...]

  5. Patricia Johnson

    A sequel of Treasure Island by Robert L Stevenson, this story continues several years later as Jim Hawkins the cabin boy returns to Treasure Island in pursuit of Joseph Tait I enjoyed this adventure the secret revealed in the last chapter it was a great and exciting pirate s tale.

  6. Linda

    I remeber reading Treasure Island as a kid and loving it This author kept with the feel of the original Treasure Island and the story was exciting and a page turner Good ole story about pirates, treasure and adventure.

  7. Carrie Weese

    I really enjoyed this book It was a little slow in the beginning, however once it grabbed me, it had me Pirates, castaways on a deserted island, treasure, a damsel in distress, good people having to make horrible choices, and a huge secret finally revealed very easy to get lost in.

  8. Arely

    UUUUUgh This book was just really good The ending was so unexpected and frustrating I don t typically approve of modern sequels to Classic books they re usually insulting train wrecks but this one was actually enjoyable I only wish it had been a little longer

  9. Allison

    i didn t think it was a very interesting book It didn t get you hooked and was very boring I do not recommend this book to any one who wants an action packed story.

  10. Seth

    I have read this book several times Some people have said it is horrible, but I just thought it was a fun read and a way to experience the wonder of Treasure Island anew.

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