The Edge of Nowhere
Based on true events from the author's own life, this is a poignant modern version of Robinson Crusoe.
This is an astonishing tale of survival; a poignant Robinson Crusoe story, based on true events. When Seth and his dog, Tucker, are washed overboard from his father's fishing boat during a torrential storm, they are assumed drowned. But by good fortune, Seth and Tucker make it safely to one of the hundreds of islands that line the Alaskan coast. Over many months, the boy and his dog make their way, island by island, towards home, while Seth's desperate father never gives up hope. Along the way, Seth learns many hard lessons about survival, and even harder lessons about himself.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - rdwhitenack - LibraryThing
Cannot believe this only had a 2.5 star rating on LibraryThing before reading. Took this one down in a day. Really liked it. Would recommend it to reluctant boy readers. Has some similarities to Gary ... Read full review