The Devil's Own

The Devil s Own Fifteen year old Julianna bored and rebellious on her father s yacht can see no beauty in the lonely windswept Abrolohos Islands off the coast of Western Australia If only something would happen s

  • Title: The Devil's Own
  • Author: Deborah Lisson
  • ISBN: 9780734401281
  • Page: 476
  • Format: Paperback
  • Fifteen year old Julianna, bored and rebellious on her father s yacht, can see no beauty in the lonely, windswept Abrolohos Islands off the coast of Western Australia If only something would happen, she thinks desperately, anything just to break the monotony Then her wish is granted It starts innocently enough a glimpse of a face hidden among the bushes on a neighbourFifteen year old Julianna, bored and rebellious on her father s yacht, can see no beauty in the lonely, windswept Abrolohos Islands off the coast of Western Australia If only something would happen, she thinks desperately, anything just to break the monotony Then her wish is granted It starts innocently enough a glimpse of a face hidden among the bushes on a neighbouring island but when Julianna goes to investigate she encounters a mystery that is to sweep her away from every security she has ever known and plunge her, alone and bewildered, into a three hundred year old nightmare of shipwreck, mutinyd murder.

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    1. Reading it for school made me wary of the content, since class texts tend to be boring and depressing. I found this surprisingly enjoyable, however. A very meaningful story for teenage readers, particularly for those finding it everything difficult and irritating, as the heroine of the story did. Teens will enjoy watching her grow through her experiences and become a much better and considerably more mature person by the end of the novel. Her relationship with Dick was sweet, and the ending left [...]

    2. I have read this book over 20 times now and have even travelled to the Abroholos Island a few times. Defintely a good read for teenagers.

    3. I remember reading this book in High School (voluntarily) and it has stuck with me as a book that I really enjoyed.

    4. So I'm an idiot and my review of this book got deleted.Ok, so this is one of my favorite books about spoiled Julianna who's family is so mean they make her go on a yacht to uninhabited islands off the coast of Australia after the catch her shoplifting with her friend. So mean, right? In her spoiled-ness, Julianna sneaks off the yacht in the middle of the night when she sees a campfire on a supposedly uninhabited islandd is transported back 400 years to the time of the Batavia shipwreck! Julie le [...]

    5. I read this book for school. I wasn't expecting much and I didn't get much. The fact is that I wrote an essay on this book, forcing me think deeper. The was not enjoyable for me, but is acceptable as i did bot choose to read it. You all probably think I'm a complaining schoolgirl, you're probably right.

    6. everybody in English extension last year should have this on their list! I thought it was really good, I learnt a lot about the Batavia wreck from it and a liked the romanticised side of it :)

    7. LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS BOOK!I read it when I was 12 - one I would definately read again!AND am going to have to hunt down a copy!

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