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A Voyage With Captain Dynamite

Auhtor: Charles Edward Rich

Language: english

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Review by Dr. Bojan Tunguz, May 2009


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Voyage With Captain Dynamite':

... the man in the stern of the small boat had scrambled over the rail of the Mariella and strode rapidly aft. He sprang lightly up the steps to the ...
... direction the camp lay behind them. They dared not shout, and they looked at each other in dismay. We are a brilliant pair, said Bert ...
... What is it? asked Bert, startled by Harry's movement. Don't look to right or left. I just saw the Midget's white face peeking out at us as ...
... a step when he felt the hand of one of the guards fall heavily on his shoulder. I think, captain, he continued, pointing to the man, that we ...
... their outer clothing and lay down on the hard husk mattresses and were soon fast asleep notwithstanding the uncertainty and danger of their predicament. ...
... corner of the room. It's the American boys who were talking with you at the window, answered Harry, reassuringly. We are friends. Do not ...
... said: You will hear from me shortly, when I have laid your case before General Serano. Say, Hal, said Bert, as soon as the door closed, what ...
... he could. That's Hal, sure, said Mason when the reply had been translated to him. Bert can't be far away. Did he have light hair? ...
... to them in order that they might communicate with you was used by another? General Serano smiled grimly as he put this question to the consul. ...
... remember, he murmured. Mr. Wyman drew a long breath. It was at least another respite. There was a sound of clanking chains in the jail corridor. ...
... on the Mariella, he growled, instead of waiting patiently for some one to take us out and shoot us. Why, Bert, old man, we've got two more ...
... In the meantime, as I am a bit anxious myself to get away, we will press on and make the lagoon by dawn. Then you boys will have a chance to put ...
... better prepare for the worst but quietly, Suarez, quietly. We do not want to alarm the ladies unnecessarily. Bother the ladies, grumbled Suarez ...
... from the side on the top of a nasty roller she was greeted with a cheer from the disappointed men who had been left behind and who longed to be with ...
... turn in, said Bert, with a yawn. An inspection of the stateroom showed a very comfortable room fitted with two narrow bunks on each side. They ...
... sir, came the prompt response, and a small man appeared in the doorway. Suarez, said the captain, these are the young gentlemen we picked ...
... by the English and the Seven Years War began. The British were successful and under English rule the ports of Cuba were opened to free trade and ...
... I believe you will, boys, but it will be my care to keep you free from harm if possible. That is one reason why I have made so much of a mystery to ...
... bridge of the gunboat, raised a megaphone to his lips and a volley of foreign words, perfectly unintelligible to the boys, was shot out into the ...
... They were a powerful pair and as Harry regulated them to his vision he seemed to be almost on board the Spanish gunboat. All was confusion on ...