Facing the Flag: Easyread Super Large 20pt Edition
Facing the Flag by Jules Verne is a novel based on the deep emotions of patriotism. France as well as the whole world is being threatened by a destructive weapon. The malice of the people who are out to destroy humanity is picturesquely portrayed. The will and determination to fight back is inspiring and exhilarating!
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THE SCHOONER EBBA
WHERE AM I?
TWO DAYS AT SEA
FIVE WEEKS IN BACK CUP
ENGINEER SERKOS ADVICE
GOD BE WITH IT
BATTLE BETWEEN THE SWORD AND THE TUG
ONLY A FEW MORE HOURS
ONE AGAINST FIVE
ON BOARD THE TONNANT
INSIDE BACK CUP
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