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Free download The Island Queen, Or, Dethroned by Fire and Water: A Tale of the Southern Hemisphere è PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¼ In The Island ueen Paulina Dominick and Otto Rigonda manage to escape in a life boat after their ship is destroyed atLy woman begin to be felt by all and the sailors ask the peaceable gentle and wise Paulina to be their ueen Paulina consents and helps govern the new colony with the assistance oversight and protection of her brothers Join the Rigondas and their new friends as they struggle to survive and return home in The Island ue. Interesting

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In The Island ueen Paulina Dominick and Otto Rigonda manage to escape in a life boat after their ship is destroyed at sea and soon find themselves stranded on an uninhabited coral island Thankful to be alive they begin to explore their new island home learning by necessity the skills reuired to survive After enjoying. Not very engaging but interesting to read as a culture piece I guess Meh

R.M. Ballantyne Ë 5 review

The Island Queen Or Dethroned by Fire and Water A Tale of the Southern HemisphereA happy season on their own the siblings help rescue the passengers and crew of another ship wrecked near their island during a storm A colony is soon established but the need for actual government uickly becomes apparent as the newcomers begin struggling and fighting amongst themselves The biblical virtues of a god. I had 'The Island ueen' by RM Ballantyne sitting on my shelf left untouched for some months before I picked it up one Saturday morning not too long ago and started reading it randomly I do this sometimes haha The beginning line has such a poetic scene setting touch that I decided to read on completely interestedAnd it was a fun readIt felt a bit different from the other Ballantyne books I've read It was shorter or felt shorter for one thing and everything moved rather uickly which wasn't necessarily a bad thing I really enjoyed two of the main characters' playful banter they made for moments of laughter I also smiled through almost a whole chapter which never happens to me The three main characters Pauline Otto and Dominick are a good bunch if a bit too perfect Plus one of my favorite authors used a uote from this novel in one of his blog posts and when I came across it I thought 'That's familiar' and then realized where I had read it before I was slightly excited Okay so yes I was excitedI do want to note that I would've preferred a different ending Not that the ending was bad it wasn't but I suppose I just wish things would've happened with of an actual end Something from the book leaves us hanging and there weren't really many hints as to what happened afterwardsOverall I enjoyed this book It was a uick light read with funny moments and some charming characters Recommended