Synopses & Reviews
Fans of the New York Times
bestselling Redwall series will be delighted with Brian Jacques
' latest. The legend of the Flying Dutchman, the ghost-ship doomed to sail the seas forever, has been passed down throughout the centuries. But what of the boy, Neb, and his dog, Den, who were trapped aboard that ship? What was to become of them?
Sent off on an eternal journey of their own, the boy and his dog roam the earth through out the centuries in search of those in need. Braving wind and waves and countless perils, they stumble across a 19th-century village whose very existence is at stake. Saving it will take the will and wile of all the people--and a very special boy and dog.
"The swashbuckling language brims with color and melodrama; the villains are dastardly and stupid; and buried treasure, mysterious clues, and luscious culinary descriptions (generally involving sweets) keep the pages turning." (Booklist)
"Bold and brilliant...powerful and unforgettable." Lloyd Alexander, Newbery Medal Winner
"Fans will not be disappointed." Publishers Weekly
Fans of the bestselling "Redwall" series will be delighted with Brian Jacques' latest. The legend of the "Flying Dutchman, " the doomed ghost-ship, has been around for centuries. But what became of the boy and his dog who were trapped aboard? Illustrations.
The legend of the Flying Dutchman, the wind-tattered ghost ship and its mad sea captain cursed to sail the seas forever, has been handed down through the centuries. But what of the boy and his dog who were trapped aboard that ship? What became of them? Illustrations.