Captains Courageous Doc Ä 107 pages

Book Captains Courageous

Captains Courageous Doc Ä 107 pages ´ Written in 1897 Kipling's adventure tale relates how the over indulged son of a millionaire finds himself serving aboard a Portuguese fishing vessel The superstitious world of the sea and the tough orderly life of the ship form a backdrop to the boy's transition into manhoodA and the tough orderly life of the ship form a backdrop to the boy's transition into manho Finished reading this with the kids Enjoyed it just didn't love it The last section should have ended about 20 pages earlier It was like Kipling hit the natural climax for the story and then felt he needed to write another twenty pages to make somebody happy and decided to just phone it in or the euivalent to phoning it in would be in 1897The story was interesting but just not THAT interesting I guess I would class this as a minor sea story and a minor Kipling If you are into Sea Stories AND Kipling for sure don't skip this book Otherwise I'd stick with Kim and Moby Dick

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Written in 1897 Kipling's adventure tale relates how the over indulged son of a millionaire I'm writing this review to honour the likes that my friends have bestowed upon this book I tried to take part in a bookish bingo challenge and patting myself on the back I got this Rudyard Kipling booklet How awful could it get right? It was so poorly paced that I thought I was reading a 900 paged book Avoid this at all cost

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Captains CourageousFinds himself serving aboard a Portuguese fishing vessel The superstitious world of the se Second reading November 2016First reading August 2014 I didn't really expect to love a sailor's story but clearly I didn't have any idea how much Leadership Education can be cultivated on the dangerous fishing lines of the Atlantic The book is totally different than anything else I have read by Kipling It is an American story as opposed to his typical Indian writing high adventure perfect for boys I couldn't keep my 7 year old away not to say that girls wouldn't enjoy it too and chock full of timeless lessons in how to become a real man I cannot highly recommend this as a Leadership Education classic that is family friendly and accessible as young as 6 or 7 as a family read aloudI did find that I struggled to understand the lingo on the ship I purchased the David Stuart Brilliance Audio version from Audible and it came to life for me Stuart sang spoke in accents and clearly articulated the jargon in such a way that I intuitively understood of the meaning than I would have had I just been reading a spine The audio was a treat