The Wreck of the Golden Mary: Easyread Super Large 24pt Edition
The Wreck of the Golden Mary is the work of many hands but was originally started by Dickens. The story portrays an amazing voyage around Cape Horn, then north to the coast of California. It takes a stunning turn when the ship strikes an iceberg and passengers and crew languish in lifeboats. Dickens's subtlety of style and picturesque depiction keeps reader rapt till the end.
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