Cannibal Island

Cannibal Island Young Adult steampunk adventure involving the search for the mysterious and legendary Golden Disk This is the first installment in The Golden Disk time travel series It is an especially good choice fo

  • Title: Cannibal Island
  • Author: Cornell DeVille
  • ISBN: 9781619371316
  • Page: 440
  • Format: ebook
  • Young Adult steampunk adventure involving the search for the mysterious and legendary Golden Disk This is the first installment in The Golden Disk time travel series It is an especially good choice for teen boys who crave adventure, danger, and mystery.

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    1. I just finished reading this and found it to be a meticulously written tale of adventure, mystery, intrigue and danger. The author takes the reader on a sea voyage during a time of fascinating new technology, to an ancient world of inconceivable wealth and grotesque horror. He has skillfully created a cast of characters that will delight the reader. Young Richie is full of hope to prove himself as an honorable young man and to fulfill the dream he shared with his father. Angus and Kuko are his o [...]

    2. Cannibal IslandBy Cornell DeVilleRichie’s father had become obsessed with finding the legendary Golden Disk and along the way it became Richie’s passion too. One day Richie comes across an older man who is trying to sell a map with an island on it that is shrouded in mist. Richie offers to buy it from the man and learns that there is more to the story of the map, the old man himself has been to this island and warns of cannibals but also tells Richie of the treasure to be found there. This i [...]

    3. This is the second book I've read by Cornell. The first one I read was "Lost in the Bayou" Which I really enjoyed and you can find the review here. I was really looking forward to reading more of his work and started off this book rather excited.Unfortunately, my excitement slowly dwindled. Don't get me wrong, it's not a bad book, but it's not really a great one either. It landed in the "I could take it or leave it" area. My reasons for feeling that way are my lack of attachment to the character [...]

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