Twilight for the Gods

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W. Sloane Associates, 1956 - American fiction - 306 pages
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Ship sailing for Mexico with cargo of copra carries a few passengers - a missionary, a Russian-Jewish couple, and a planter's widow. All of whom derive moral courage from an ordeal.

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Only 221 pages; the first 160 were hell, but the last 60 became interesting. Set in 1927, the Cannibal was one of the last commercial sailing ships in a world dominated by steamships. The old bucket ... Read full review

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This story was so beautiful! I never thought I would like it, I'm not one about sailing ships, let alone fiction book that aren't like Pirates of the Caribbean. By the end of the book I was rooting ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
3
Section 2
52
Section 3
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