Voyage of Ice

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Random House Children's Books, Nov 8, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 197 pages
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All Nick ever wanted to be was a whaling captain, like his father before him. What could be more glorious than the life of a whaleman, battling mighty sperm whales and returning home rich as Midas? So when his older brother Dexter signs aboard theSea Hawk, Nick wonít stand to be left behind.

But life at sea is very different from what either Dexter or Nick expected. They are mercilessly overworked by a cruel and dangerous captain. The officers think nothing of beating the crewmen within an inch of their lives. And thatís only the beginning. When an awful turn of fate leaves them stranded in the harsh Arctic winter, they encounter the toughest battle of allóand this one is for their very survival.


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Reading it for kid/adult book club at 826. Never would have read it as a child myself; I would have brushed it off as a "boy book" - all spewing whale guts and callused hands. Look how much I've grown. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
10
Section 3
19
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About the author (2005)

Michele Torrey, a voyager herself, has visited over 30 countries. She is also the author ofTo the Edge of the Worldand the Doyle and Fossey, Science Detectives, mystery series. The author lives in Auburn, WA.


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