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১ ⨹ Amazon.com: Island of the Lost: Shipwrecked at the Edge of the World eBook: Joan Druett: Kindle Store list 㢡 By Joan Druett ᄘ

১   ⨹ Amazon.com: Island of the Lost: Shipwrecked at the Edge of the World eBook: Joan Druett: Kindle Store list 㢡 By Joan Druett ᄘ ১ ⨹ Amazon.com: Island of the Lost: Shipwrecked at the Edge of the World eBook: Joan Druett: Kindle Store list 㢡 By Joan Druett ᄘ In early 1864, heading back to Australia after a failed mining expedition, the crew of the Grafton encountered a violent storm and found themselves shipwrecked in the Auckland Islands, off the coast of New Zealand Druett, a maritime historian In the Wake of Madness , draws upon the journals of the ship s captain, Thomas Musgrave, and prospector Franois Raynal to reveal how the crew pulled together and made the best of their circumstances for nearly two years By contrast, when the Invercauld ran aground on the other side of the island months laterbeyond an impassable mountain range, and hence unaware they were not alonethe surviving sailors quickly began eating their dead crewmates out of desperation Soon, only three remained, the ineffectual captain and another officer being kept alive by a resourceful seaman Druett tells the two stories in strict chronological order, allowing readers to become familiar with the Grafton party before weaving the Invercauld survivors into the narrative She zeroes in on the salient details of their ordeals, identifying the plants that kept the castaways from contracting scurvy or sketching out an improvised recipe for soap with equal aplomb This is a fine addition to the genre of survival tales like Endurance or In the Heart of the Sea Jul 20 Copyright Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc All rights reserved.Adult High SchoolUsing diaries, ship logs, and newspaper accounts, Druett re creates the different experiences of the survivors of two wrecked vessels In January 1864, the five man crew of the Grafton left Sydney, Australia, intending to locate a source of argentiferous tin allegedly to be found on remote Campbell Island In May 1864, the Invercauld left Melbourne for South America, with no passengers and a crew of 25, to sail to Callao to take on a cargo of fertilizer Neither ship reached its final destination Instead, both were shipwrecked on opposite ends of the same subantarctic island Grafton s crew survived, and could even be said to have prospered By working together, the men managed to build a shelter, hunt sea lions, and, eventually, build a boat and launch their own rescue team The initial 19 survivors of the Invercauld, on the other hand, fell into arguing and quibbling with no direction or plan Their number soon dwindled to 16, and then to 3 Viewers of television s Survivor and readers of survival novels will enjoy Island, and the book could provide teens with the know how to stay alive if they ever found themselves in a similar situation.Joanne Ligamari, Rio Linda School District, Sacramento, CA Copyright Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc All rights reserved. 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    • Amazon.com: Island of the Lost: Shipwrecked at the Edge of the World eBook: Joan Druett: Kindle Store
    • 2.1
    • 99
    • Paperback
    • 299 pages
    • B001DA9J4O
    • Joan Druett
    • English
    • 27 June 2016

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