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Publisher's Summary

This uplifting chronicle of a boy’s recovery from blindness is a moving reflection of the ways that friendship can permanently join the lives of two very different people. Master storyteller Theodore Taylor traces the lives of two friends - an American boy and a old West Indian - after they are rescued from a deserted island.

©1993 Theodore Taylor (P)1994 Recorded Books

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Awesome Book

This book was the best sequel that could be made for the cay!!! Recommend to all

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Great Stories!

The stories were great. Of course the book I read along with the audio book was different,being a different edition. Still,the novel was a good continuation of the first book.

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finished right before school

finished it time oh no i am late for school anyway its a great book.

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Omg that was good it made me cry so hard to find a good book these days am I right