The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle
Charlotte Doyle is just such a girl and she swears to tell the truth in all its detail. It happened during the summer of 1832 aboard a ship called the "Seahawk." The only passenger on the long Atlantic Ocean crossing, Charlotte found herself caught between the madness of a ruthless captain and the rage of a mutinous crew. This is her terrifying account of that fateful voyage.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - BrittneyRossie - LibraryThing
I like the premise of this book. I read it to learn about ships and a bit about the time period. However, I found the heroine unpleasant, and her transformation unbelievable in the short time that was ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - amy.wesen - LibraryThing
Personal Response-- I enjoyed this novel because the main character was the underdog and she proved everyone wrong. I liked that I learned a few words about sailing and customs in the early America ... Read full review