The pages contains fragments of a narrative which vary in length, depth, breadth, and volume from one line to — any number. Facing each page of this digital-press is the suitable illustration of immeasurable funniness. It is representative of the general scheme, and gives quite a good idea of the nature of Tom Tomb, the piratical hero. It should recommend the squandering of 99 cents on the book. It is eminently look-at-able, and, should one's household be enlivened by the presence of a talkative guests, it might keep them quiet for, perhaps, five minutes. Which will be worth the money.