Tom Sawyer Abroad

Tom Sawyer Abroad

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by Mark Twain
     
 

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Mark Twain's classic, Tom Sawyer Abroad (follow up to The Adventures of Tom Sawyer), comes alive on the Nook platform with all of the features you would expect from a print version right on your Nook.

This Nook edition features a linked table of contents so that you can quickly and easily navigate through the content.

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Mark Twain's classic, Tom Sawyer Abroad (follow up to The Adventures of Tom Sawyer), comes alive on the Nook platform with all of the features you would expect from a print version right on your Nook.

This Nook edition features a linked table of contents so that you can quickly and easily navigate through the content.

The text, spacing and formatting are all done in such a way so as to be easily readable regardless of your personal Nook settings.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012906045
Publisher:
Superior Formatting Publishing
Publication date:
06/21/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
228 KB

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Tom Sawyer Abroad 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Twain wrote 'Tom Sawyer Abroad' as he wrote many other works, for financial gain. At approximately 40,000 words it is pale in both length and quality when compared to 'Huckleberry Finn.' Most critics have a problem with Twain's ending of the latter but at least it had one. 'Tom Sawyer Abroad' comes to a grinding halt and leaves one feeling that those old, classic characters have been unfairly and unwillingly exhumed from their noble state for dubious ennoblement in what is basically a humourist's response to Jules Verne. If you liked 'Huckleberry Finn' then that that alone might be a reason to read 'Tom Sawyer Abroad.' Otherwise, it's not worth it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Tom Sawyer Abroad is an excellent book! It is yet another book about Tom Sawyer, Huck Finn, and Jim. Written by Mark Twain, this book takes Tom, Huck, and Jim across the world. When Tom, Huck, and Jim go look at a flying machine built by a mad scientist the flying machine suddenly takes off with Tom, Huck, Jim, and the scientist. When the scientist falls overboard, Tom, Huck, and Jim are left to steer the machine! This is when the real adventure begins. They travel across oceans and deserts as they try to get back home. If you enjoy Mark Twain books, then this is a must read!
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Ok
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Its alright.
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I love mark twain<3
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GailCooke More than 1 year ago
If you haven't already read Tom Sawyer (could there possibly be anyone who hasn't?) - nonetheless, if you have not, read it first and then, by all means, give a listen to TOM SAWYER ABROAD as narrated by the estimable Grover Gardner. This voice performer's mantel must be groaning under all the awards he has received - AudioFile named him one of the "best Voices of the Century" and a "Golden Voice"; he's won an Audie Award, and was chosen Narrator of the Year by Publishers Weekly. His performance loses none of the folksiness that is so much part and parcel of the Twain stories, and adds frissons of excitement to what is most surely an amazing adventure. Now, once you've become familiar with Tom Sawyer, you know that Tom and Huck thrive on derring-do and are always ready for a challenge. There are quite a few of those in TOM SAWYER ABROAD. They go off to witness the unveiling of an airship only to be held captive by a kooky inventor, Then as luck and Twain would have it the inventor falls overboard leaving the boys trying to control a wayward airship. Soon they're hurtling over the ocean carrying them where and to meet what? This is one more of Twain's masterpieces masterfully read by Grover Gardner. Enjoy! - Gail Cooke
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