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The Angel's Command (Castaways of the Flying Dutchman) ePub download

by Brian Jacques

  • Author: Brian Jacques
  • ISBN: 140251588X
  • ISBN13: 978-1402515880
  • ePub: 1632 kb | FB2: 1989 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Literature & Fiction
  • Publisher: Recorded Books; Unabridged edition (July 1, 2003)
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 918
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The Angel's Command (Castaways of the Flying Dutchman) ePub download

Castaways of the Flying Dutchman is the first novel in the Castaways series by Brian Jacques and was published in 2001. It is based on the legend of the cursed ship the Flying Dutchman.

Castaways of the Flying Dutchman is the first novel in the Castaways series by Brian Jacques and was published in 2001. A young boy, Nebuchadnezzar (later Neb (shortened) and Ben (reversed)), and his dog, Denmark (named after the country in which he was found and later Den (shortened) and Ned (reversed)), are the lone survivors of the Flying Dutchman, fated to wander the earth forever immortal and youthful, helping those who need aid.

Home Brian Jacques Castaways of the Flying Dutchman. The great redwall feast. Castaways of the Flying Dutchman, . For fans of Jacques, the length will be expected, the growth of the peripheral characters’ ability to stand up for themselves gratifying, and the murderous cruelty and evil of all the villains fitting them as valid opponents for avenging angel, boy and dog. The portrayal of the deeds of the evil captain and his equally horrible crew is vivid.

The Angel's Command, like the first book in the Flying Dutchman series, started out as a five star read, held its . Another success by Brian Jacques. This sequel to the Castaways of the Flying Duchman is amazing and draws the reader into the story of Ben and Ned, his faithful dog.

The Angel's Command, like the first book in the Flying Dutchman series, started out as a five star read, held its own for half the book, and then suddenly changed the point of the book. It felt like two novellas containing the same two main characters stapled back to back with nothing much else holding them together. I enjoy all Brian Jacques books, but this is one of his best.

The Angel's Command book. Ben and his black labrador, castaways from the legendary ghost. Brian Jacques is a master of weaving together multiple storylines and crafting the perfect ending, as those who read the Redwall series undoubtedly know. Unfortunately, the ending for The Angel's Command was just, disappointing. Yes, it somewhat set up the future for Ben & Ned but it also was underwhelming.

Sequel to: Castaways of the Flying Dutchman. Ben and Ned, a boy and dog gifted with eternal youth and the ability to communicate with one another nonverbally, encounter pirates on the high seas and rescue a kidnapped prince from a band of gypsy thieves.

The new Castaways novel comes alive-Redwall fashion-with a magnificent romp on the sea, and another in the .

The new Castaways novel comes alive-Redwall fashion-with a magnificent romp on the sea, and another in the robber-filled mountains of Spain! Ben and Ned, the boy and dog who were sent on an angel's errand in Castaways of the Flying Dutchman, find themselves on board a Frenchman's pirate ship, pursued by not one but two ships-an English privateer and a Spanish buccaneer. Ben and Ned, the boy and dog who were sent on an angel's errand in Castaways of the Flying Dutchman, find themselves on board a Frenchman's pirate ship, pursued by not one but two ships-an English privateer and a Spanish buccaneer.

dinging and clanking hollowly. We must follow the angel's command. It is time to go!" Up the valley they went together, north to Punta Arenas and the plateau land of Patagonia, leaving behind Tierra. del Fuego, where great oceans meet at the bottom of the world. Away o'er wild and watery wastes. Vanderdecken sails his ship

Castaways of the Flying Dutchman is the first in a series of three novels surrounding the adventures of Ben and Ned. It is made up of three "books," detailing the origins of Ben and Ned and their adventures in Chapelvale.

Castaways of the Flying Dutchman is the first in a series of three novels surrounding the adventures of Ben and Ned. Book 2: The Shepherd. After bargaining with a Chinese gem dealer, Captain Phillip Vanderdecken agrees to carry several items from Valparaiso aboard his ship, the Flying Dutchman.

Author: Brian Jacques. Fans of the Redwall series eager to sink their teeth into the latest adventure from Brian Jacques will be surprised to find that the cover of Castaways of the Flying Dutchman belies the contents of this fine mystery novel. A handsome young lad, sporting a billowing, ripped shirt, gazes off into the distance, while behind him a ship founders on an eerily tempestuous sea.

Yeah, he's written The Angel's Command and one other novel in the series. Muslims believe in the existence of the angels and that they are honored creatures

Yeah, he's written The Angel's Command and one other novel in the series. they are both just as good as the first and I highly recommend them. How many is a legion? 6,000. Jesus said He can command The Father to send twelve legions of Angels. Muslims believe in the existence of the angels and that they are honored creatures. The angels worship God alone, obey Him, and act only by His command. Among the angels is Gabriel, who brought down the Quran to Muhammad. Allah created countless angels, and they serve the Creator. There are nine choirs of angels divided into three hierarchies seraphims cherubims thrones which hierachy are archangels in?

Zolorn
The Angel's Command, like the first book in the Flying Dutchman series, started out as a five star read, held its own for half the book, and then suddenly changed the point of the book. It felt like two novellas containing the same two main characters stapled back to back with nothing much else holding them together. I like that Jacques made this a full-length novel, but my biggest problem with it was the drastic change at the half-way mark. I think that if books are going to do this, they should be separated. I don't say this lightly because I can't stand when authors stretch a series out, but these first two should have been divided. Like I said, the first half concerns ships, pirating, chases accross the ocean, great characters and other things that make a five star read for me. Then everything becomes much less interesting when Ben and Ned are forced, by yet another command by the angel, to help yet another, to put it like a certain 1989 Disney movie, "Poor unfortunate soul." The writing is always excellent and the stories fun, but this book just dragged. Perhaps I would have enjoyed it more if the halves were reversed, but I was glad to see the final words of this book and will wait a bit for diving into Voyage of Slaves. I really hope that it will impress me more than the first two.
Chillhunter
Excellent
Chilele
gift
Boyn
YOu can't go wrong with anything written by Brian Jacques. The story is very creative and the characters are fun and well written.
Golden Lama
I don't think Brian Jacques ever wrote anything not worth reading. He commands every story to the end. Take him to the beach, the ski lodge, the interminable family reunion.
Mall
Another success by Brian Jacques. This sequel to the Castaways of the Flying Duchman is amazing and draws the reader into the story of Ben and Ned, his faithful dog. I enjoy all Brian Jacques books, but this is one of his best.
Sardleem
As described
read with my 10 year old we loved it
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