This is one of the most celebrated novels by Stevenson. The novel presents a gripping adventurous story full of exhilarating drama blemishes with heroism and danger. David Balfour, a boy struggles for his inheritance but gets trapped on a ship. He is later taken into slavery. The book demarcates right and wrong as the young David learns the treachery of the world. Enthralling!
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A true classicUser Review - Gerry P. - Overstock.com
Robert Louis Stevenson has survived for hundred of years as a true classical writer because he was a head of his time. His works are always a great read! Read full review
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