It's not easy living in someone else's world. But that's the story of Mike de Wolf’s life - literally. He awakens to find himself a fictional villain in someone else's book, landing in the West Indies three centuries ago, pursued by pirates and a wild woman on horseback. What's a guy to do? The answer's written in the sky - in this wildly original, wickedly amusing novel.
Loved it, it was one of the first books I really enjoyed as a kid. That's when I realized that I love to read.
Narrator was brilliant except for when it came to the heroine. He could have been more consistent with accents, too. The story? Well, Hubbard was racist and sexist and that is apparent, and I knew that going in. Still was a bit jarring at times.
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