Robinson Crusoe, by Daniel Defoe
Barnes and Noble Classic Edition
Hardcover in Dust Jacket. Like New Condition.
The fear of danger is ten thousand times more terrifying than danger itself.
Misfortune strikes young Robinson Crusoe, whose first time out at sea as a sailor results in a shipwreck. Not discouraged, Crusoe again sets out only for his ship to be overthrown by pirates and Crusoe himself enslaved. A narrow escape allows him again to set out to sea when he is then shipwrecked on a desert island. Here he discovers a near hopeless struggle for survival as he fights to secure a way home.