Caribbee

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Greg Dickson
Greg Dickson, 2008 - Adventure stories, Australian - 235 pages
3 Reviews

Every prize has its price but the crew of 'Storm Along' are sailing into treacherous waters when they begin to unravel the mystery of an unusual find. Pursued by land and sea in a deadly game of cat-and-mouse that will take them from the heart of the Caribbean to the steamy shores of a dark, southern continent.

Fun, frisky and yet frighteningly real, Caribbee is modern-day maritime escapade guaranteed to leave you all at sea... IF (of course) that's where you still want to be!

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If Pirates Of The Caribbean could meet Raiders Of The Lost Arc then this would be. When the woman chargée her spear gun I laugh until my eyes water. It was but one of many times. Le seul problème avec ce livre, c'est qu'il n'a pas été traduit en Français!

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If buried treasure is your thing too, then this guy's books really are worth digging up!

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Contents

HURRICANE
13
STRANGER DANGER
29
TO THE VICTOR
46
THE FRENCH CONNECTION
64
DOWN THE LINE
82
THE MISSING LINK
101
AWAY
125
TO THE DEVILS ISLAND
148
THE PRIZE
172
WHAT GOES AROUND
199
ALL AT SEA
215
NOTES
225
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About the author (2008)

Written by Greg Dickson (Sydney C.A.E. Jones Medal Winner 1989) and designed by Leonie Bremer-Kamp (Australian Young Book Designer of the Year 1986), both of whom are global circumnavigators and treasure hunters in their own right.

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