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Ten years after the Hispaniola sailed away from Treasure Island with her cargo of gold, Jim Hawkins, now a young man, is landlord of the Admiral Benbow. Into his comfortable, uneventful life comes a mysterious young woman with a child, urgently seeking his help - and Jim finds himself once more on the Hispaniola , sailing back to the 'accursed island' he swore never to set foot on again. Violence, murder, and the quest for treasure make for a cliffhanging adventure revolving round the enigmatic figure of Grace Richardson.
In this gripping, powerful sequel to one of the best-loved books of all time, Francis Bryan reintroduces all our favourite characters: Squire Trelawney, Dr Livesey, Ben Gunn and best of all Long John Silver, who is lured from retirement to climb the heights of Spy-Glass Hill with Jim. With the spare, vivid language and the same swashbuckling pace as Robert Louis Stevenson, he tells the story in Jim Hawkins' own words. The book is a tour de force that will appeal to all those who have read and loved Treasure Island.

Jim Hawkins and the curse of Treasure Island - Francis Bryan

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Title
Jim Hawkins and the curse of Treasure Island
Author
Francis Bryan
format
Paperback
Publisher
Orion Children's Books
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20021017

Ten years after the Hispaniola sailed away from Treasure Island with her cargo of gold, Jim Hawkins, now a young man, is landlord of the Admiral Benbow. Into his comfortable, uneventful life comes a mysterious young woman with a child, urgently seeking his help - and Jim finds himself once more on the Hispaniola , sailing back to the 'accursed island' he swore never to set foot on again. Violence, murder, and the quest for treasure make for a cliffhanging adventure revolving round the enigmatic figure of Grace Richardson.
In this gripping, powerful sequel to one of the best-loved books of all time, Francis Bryan reintroduces all our favourite characters: Squire Trelawney, Dr Livesey, Ben Gunn and best of all Long John Silver, who is lured from retirement to climb the heights of Spy-Glass Hill with Jim. With the spare, vivid language and the same swashbuckling pace as Robert Louis Stevenson, he tells the story in Jim Hawkins' own words. The book is a tour de force that will appeal to all those who have read and loved Treasure Island.

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Francis Byrne is the pseudonym of a nationally known broadcaster/writer.

Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Treasure Island (Imaginary place) - Fiction.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
352

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