The Further Adventures of Robinson Crusoe


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Daniel Defoe's faith-filled The Further Adventures of Robinson Crusoe finds Crusoe bored with his prosperity and consumed by an irresistible longing to return to the island he left many years before. Along with his trusty servant and companion, Friday, he embarks on a harrowing high-seas adventure that takes them to China, over the Russian steppes, and into Siberia. Readers will find themselves captivated by this sequel, which is every bit as engaging as the original.





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I read it

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I read the Further Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, just finished it as a matter of fact, and enjoyed it--although not as much as the first book. It was most interesting to learn what became of him and Friday but sad to learn how Friday died. As for why no one reads it--I think it is because no one knows it exists. All you find at the bookstores are the first volume. What is more--there was a third volume Defoe wrote about Crusoe and I have yet to find it.


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If in The Farther Adventures of Robinson Crusoe 'Readers will find themselves captivated by this sequel, which is every bit as engaging as the original', then why does nobody read it???


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