Dead Man's Chest : The Sequel to Treasure Island

Dead Man's Chest : The Sequel to Treasure IslandDead Man S Chest Is A Classic Pirate Yarn That Begins With Long John Silver S Escape From The Merchantman Hispaniola At Peurta Plata And Culminates With The American Revolution Than A Decade Later It Describes In Rich Detail The Unholy Alliance Formed Between This Soft Hearted Cut Throut, His Teenage Nephew, David Noble, And The Slaver Turned Merchant Captain, John Paul Jones To Retrieve A King S Ransom Of Spanish Gold And Jewels From Dead Man S Chest The Other Two Thirds Of The Treasure Described In Stevenson S Novel, And The Inspiration For The Sailor S Ballad By The Same Name Dead Man S Chest Explains How The Scottish Fugitive John Paul Jones Earned A Naval Commission More Importantly, The Novel Illuminates A Hitherto Unknown Thirty Month Period In John Paul S Career From November 1773 When He Killed A Mutineer To June 1775 When He Received His Naval Commission In Philadelphia From Thomas Jefferson Learn How The Contract That He And John Silver Made With The American Founding Fathers Impacted The Lives Of The Colonists And Ultimately Helped Win America S Freedom From Mother England.

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  • Paperback
  • 308 pages
  • Dead Man's Chest : The Sequel to Treasure Island
  • Roger L. Johnson
  • English
  • 04 September 2017
  • 9780939837458

10 thoughts on “Dead Man's Chest : The Sequel to Treasure Island

  1. says:

    A workmanlike story that is best described as a sequel to Treasure Island There have probably been a few such books written If you like your pirate tales, or all other things nautical, then this may well be worth a read.

  2. says:

    I really wanted to like this book but for whatever reason I cannot pinpoint I couldn t get into it

  3. says:

    The beginning was a bit slow and the ending was a bit contrived, but in between was a rip roaring pirate tale

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