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Silver : Return to Treasure Island
by Andrew Motion


Overview - THE RIP-ROARING SEQUEL TO THE GREATEST ADVENTURE EVER TOLD
Almost forty yearsfollowing the events of Robert Louis Stevenson's "Treasure Island, " Jim Hawkins and Long John Silver have seemingly put their maritime adventures to rest. Jim has settled on the English coast with his son Jim, and Silver has returned to rural England with his daughter Natty.
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Overview
THE RIP-ROARING SEQUEL TO THE GREATEST ADVENTURE EVER TOLD
Almost forty yearsfollowing the events of Robert Louis Stevenson's "Treasure Island, " Jim Hawkins and Long John Silver have seemingly put their maritime adventures to rest. Jim has settled on the English coast with his son Jim, and Silver has returned to rural England with his daughter Natty. While their escapades may have ended, for Jim and Natty the adventure is only just beginning.
One night, Natty approaches young Jim with a proposition: return to Treasure Island and find the remaining treasure that their fathers left behind. As they set sail in their fathers' footsteps, Jim and Nattycannot imagine what awaits them. Murderous pirates, long-held grudges, noxious greed, and wily deception lurk wickedly in the high seas, and disembarking onto Treasure Island only proves more perilous. Their search for buried treasure leaves every last wit tested and ounce of courage spent. And the adventure doesn't end there, since they still have to make their way home..."

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780307884886
  • ISBN-10: 0307884880
  • Publisher: Broadway Books
  • Publish Date: May 2013
  • Page Count: 402


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