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Pages: 278

Language: English

Publisher: HarperTrophy; Reprint edition (April 1992)

By: Avi(Author)

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Part of the "Cascades" series offering hardback novels to be explored in the classroom, this is the gripping story of Charlotte Doyle, the 13-year-old daughter of a respectable 19th-century family who starts her voyage across the Atlantic on a ship with a cruel captain and rebellious crew.

Praise for THE TRUE CONFESSIONS OF CHARLOTTE DOYLE*"A thrilling tale, tautly plotted, vividly narrated."-Kirkus, starred review*"Riveting. Nonstop action. A story hard to forget."-Booklist, starred review*"A breathtaking seafaring adventure."-School Library Journal, starred reviewNewbery Honor BookBoston Globe-Horn Book AwardALA Notable Children's BookALA Best Book for Young AdultsBooklist Editors' ChoiceThe Horn Book Fanfare BookNCTE Notable Children's Book in the Language ArtsSchool Library Journal Best Book of the YearNew York Public Library Book for the Teen AgeIRA Children's Choice --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.


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Customer reviews:

  • By Betty on 17 February 2014

    I bought this as I read a review about it whist I was on holiday, great little book, great story.

  • By J LAURENCE on 25 June 2016

    This is a wonderful, exciting book.

  • By Tricia on 26 December 2013

    I bought this paperback for my daughter as a Christmas present. The quality of the paper used is very poor and the spine is already showing signs of splitting - even although my daughter has yet to start to read it. I think that it has also been stored in a damp environment. Not the quality of gift that I like to give at all!

  • By Eugenia Perozo on 15 January 2015

    This book was an interesting alternative to most historical fiction books. It had a lot of very interesting unexpected ups and downs throughout every page; right when you thought you knew what was going to happen, something else did. I especially liked that its suspense and mystery made it truly unpredictable to the reader. The way that the writing and the story made you want to keep reading is something very important in a good book. It's also very noticeable that all the problems the main character goes through shape her personality and change it for the better. This book is very interesting and helps you understand how events in a person's life can change them forever.

  • By leslie creus on 15 January 2015

    To start, I have mixed feelings about this book. What I liked about it was that the plot twists are suspenseful and you personally do not know who to trust or which character you like, and right when you begin to like a character, he does something to change your mind. Everything is unexpected and you think you know what is going to happen but then, something totally different happens. What I did not like about this book was how the idea of a rich girl on a ship is unoriginal. I have read many books like this and for that reason, this is kind of a unoriginal book.

  • By Danielle Hall on 2 January 2004

    This is one of the best children's books I have ever read. I wish it had been around when I was a child! Charlotte Doyle is a fantastic heroine. The plot of this novel is truly fantastic - but made believable by strong writing and geat characters.

  • By Danielle Hall on 12 January 2004

    This is one of the best children's books I have ever read. I wish it had been around when I was a child! Charlotte Doyle is a fantastic heroine. The plot of this novel is truly fantastic - but made believable by strong writing and geat characters.

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