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The Quest of the 'Golden Hope' - A Seventeenth Century Story of Adventure - cover

The Quest of the 'Golden Hope' - A Seventeenth Century Story of Adventure

Percy F. Westerman

Publisher: Good Press

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Percy F. Westerman's 'The Quest of the 'Golden Hope' is a thrilling adventure novel that follows the journey of a group of young adventurers as they seek to uncover the secrets of a legendary lost treasure. Written in a captivating and fast-paced style, Westerman's book combines elements of mystery, action, and suspense, making it a truly engaging read for fans of adventure literature. Set against the backdrop of the early 20th century, the book's exploration of themes such as friendship, bravery, and determination resonates with readers of all ages. Westerman's vivid descriptions and well-developed characters bring the story to life, drawing the reader into a world of excitement and intrigue. Through the twists and turns of the plot, readers are kept on the edge of their seats, eagerly following the adventurers on their daring quest. Percy F. Westerman, a prolific writer of children's and young adult fiction, drew on his own experiences as a sailor and adventurer to create 'The Quest of the 'Golden Hope'. His passion for storytelling and his talent for crafting gripping narratives shine through in this captivating novel. I highly recommend this book to anyone with a love for adventure stories and a thirst for excitement. Percy F. Westerman's 'The Quest of the 'Golden Hope' is a timeless classic that will keep readers hooked until the very last page.
Available since: 09/18/2023.
Print length: 139 pages.

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