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By Brian Jacques

ISBN-10: 1440623961

ISBN-13: 9781440623967

The Flying Dutchman! The legend of the wind-tattered ghost send and its mad sea Captain, cursed to sail the seas without end, has been handed down in the course of the centuries. yet what of the younger boy and his puppy who have been trapped aboard that send? What grew to become of them?

during this, one among Brian Jacques's most unusual adventures, the castaway boy and puppy trigger on an everlasting trip in their personal, braving icy wind and waves to reach at unusual shorelines, and discover new areas and occasions. The not likely Chapelvale village is their first vacation spot, a Victorian city less than siege. If Ben and his puppy, Ned, may also help the townspeople work out the clues and riddles hidden underneath floorboards and deep within wells--perhaps they could shop Chapelvale and its humans as well.

Brian Jacques as you've got by no means visible him earlier than!

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The mate’s startled yell was cut short as he hit the rail and jack-knifed over into the sea. His head struck the side and he went under. The Flying Dutchman sailed onward to the vast Atlantic, leaving Scraggs and his dreams of riches in the depths of the English Channel. Vanderdecken smashed Jamil and Sindh to the deck with wild blows and kicks. He grabbed the stiletto and stood over the petrified men, his whole body shaking with wrath, bloodlight in his wild eyes. Neb stood by, holding on to Denmark’s neck, terrified at what he thought would happen next.

He keeps a sharp sword there, always near at hand. If we want to finish Vanderdecken, it must be done by us all, swiftly, out on deck. ” Scraggs sipped his coffee thoughtfully. “Aye, you’re right, Sindh . . when ’tis good and quiet. When he comes out to check on the night watch before turning in. ” The scar on Sindh’s face twitched. “Good, me an’ Jamil will change watches with the two out there later tonight. ” A stiletto blade gleamed as Scraggs laid it on the table. ” Sindh traced his blue scar with a cracked fingernail.

Get out of here and leave me now. Nobody wants a poor sea cook with one hand. I’m in pain night and day, with not a soul to care. ” Neb retired gratefully to his galley. Sitting beneath the table with his dog, Neb stroked Denmark as he pondered his dilemma. Three crewmen were planning to murder the captain! From what Neb had seen of the Dutchman’s crew, he knew they were lawless drunkards and thieves. Vanderdecken was a hard and cruel ship’s master, but he was the only one aboard who could keep the vessel running in an orderly and disciplined manner.

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