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It's been two years since John Spencer and his father were shipwrecked and nearly murdered by unscrupulous scavengers. Now the Spencers have a new ship, the Dragon, and 16-year-old John is elated to be making the new schooner's maiden voyage to London.

Not long out to sea, John realizes that the captain and crew of the Dragon are not who they pretended to be. Instead they are smugglers, steering their own course, and prepared to kill anyone who tries to stop them. Leaving a trail of bloodshed and violence, these ruthless pirates have no intention of leaving any witnesses to their crimes. If John is to survive, it will be by his own steady wit and a stroke of good luck.

This sequel to The Wreckers stands on its own as a historical tale of piracy and adventure on the high seas. The action is nonstop, and Ron Keith's narration enlivens a sparkling array of memorable characters.
©2006 Iain Lawrence; (P)2006 Recorded Books LLC

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"Riveting high-sea adventure, featuring swashbuckling characters, salty dialogue and a taut succession of cliffhangers." (Publishers Weekly)

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Good but not as good as the wreckers

I liked the story and it was well paced I just feel like there were some things left unexplained although I loved the book and would recommend it to anyone who seeks a little bit of adve