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Publisher's Summary

The excitement, adventure, and magical sense of time and place, outraying from the heart of Robert Louis Stevenson's 18th-century pirate tale, is captured in all its glory by actor David Ian Davies in this new One Voice Recordings release. Be swept away by the story of young Jim Hawkins, caught up in his journey to the Caribbean islands upon a ship with a memorable and explosive crew, and led by the cryptic map from a Dead Man's Chest.
©2006 One Voice Recordings, All Rights Reserved.

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"Thrilling fights and adventures." (The Concise Oxford Companion to English Literature)
"Over Treasure Island I let my fire die in winter without knowing I was freezing." (J.M. Barrie)

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great narration!

the narator did a phenomenal job portraing the characters. The story is unforgettable. couldn't wait to find out the fate of John Silver

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Heck of good story and liked very much

I thought it was one of the best stories you could of made for audio listening and one that stays in my mind. I love listening to it and rate it one to listen to!

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  • Alden
  • Paradise, CA, USA
  • 11-28-07

Predictable, but enjoyable

First off- Recording quality is excellent. Other than the cheesy music which begins every chapter, I have no reservations.

The quality of the story? Its good. Its a simple story, with nothing terribly complex or insightful, but its good. A "brain candy" book for people from some years ago perhaps. Very much enjoyed it, and would recommend it to anyone looking for an escape on a pirate adventure for a while. Young boys especially should read this.

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