The Adventures of Ben Gunn #2020

The Adventures of Ben Gunn By R.F. Delderfield The Adventures of Ben Gunn None
  • Title: The Adventures of Ben Gunn
  • Author: R.F. Delderfield
  • ISBN: 9780340354810
  • Page: 298
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  • The Adventures of Ben Gunn By R.F. Delderfield None
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    About "R.F. Delderfield"

    1. R.F. Delderfield

      Ronald Frederick Delderfield was a popular English novelist and dramatist, many of whose works have been adapted for television and are still widely read.Several of Delderfield s historical novels and series involve young men who return from war and lead lives in England that allow the author to portray the sweep of English history and delve deeply into social history from the Edwardian era to the early 1960s.From

    382 thoughts on “The Adventures of Ben Gunn”

    1. In the forward to his re readable tale about pirates, Delderfield explains his reasons for writing from the perspective of Ben Gunn I remember so well the occasion I first read Treasure Island It was one of those grey summer evenings and I was alone in the house Since that far off day I have reread Treasure Island at least once a year Last year, when my daughter Veronica was ten, and my son Paul was eight, I read Treasure Island aloud to them After the third reading the questions began, a spate [...]


    2. Firstly, the man wrote the book because he was a massive fan of Treasure Island and he had all of these unanswered questions and also his kids kept asking him questions about their favorite bedtime story So his solution was to write the prequel himself GENIUS Secondly, he was able to write it in the same style as Robert Louis Stevenson so it didn t have that awkward feel of an imposter trying to step into the author s shoes It felt seamless and true The characterization was spot on and getting t [...]


    3. my first novel that I had read,and I love it great adventures,great charactersI love very much the friendship of Ben and Nik.A great book to start reading


    4. After reading Treasure Island as a child I was curious about the backdrop of the novel but I had no idea there actually was a book that told the story of how Ben came to be stranded on the island and where the loot came from This book is nowhere near as exciting or well written as Treasure Island but it does a very creditable job of filling in the details that explain the backstory, or prequel if you will But this is a narrative that does not get up close and personal with the crew Captain Flin [...]


    5. Det er en ungdomsroman, og det man nu om dage kalder en spin off Selve historien er s m nd udm rket og underholdende, og man f r et bud p svar p nogle af de sp rgsm l, man har siddet med, efter at have l st Skatte en Selvom Delderfield fors ger at l gge sig op af Stevensons fort llestil, og dog med nogen succes, st r det lysende klart, at han ikke er Stevenson, og skrivestilen virker ind imellem en smule p taget eller efterstr bt Men den er hurtigt l st, og fin underholdning til en s ndag efterm [...]


    6. I first read this book when I was a child and I still love it It is a well done piece of work, although the original version was a bit racial.


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