Facing the Flag: Easyread Comfort 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 225 EXPECTATION
ONLY A FEW MORE HOURS
ONE AGAINST FIVE
ON BOARD THE TONNANT
INSIDE BACK CUP
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