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And Any Of Crew of the crew are ashore Throw in a tropical storm and chaos ensues The ending was poor abrupt and whilst we did find out what happened to Blair s family it is reference only in passing and seemingly of no major importance to the plot even though it started out as the main point of the story I think it is fair to say that if this had been my first exposure to Reeman it would probably have been my last If this had been Douglas Reeman s first book I read then I don t think I d have bothered with any others The only characters to have any personality and enjoy their lives were the cannibals the remainder were well deserving to be served up to either the natives or the sharksIt had it s moments of excitement but these were soon dampened by a character having a memory of a bad relationship or some such unrelated event I ve given it two stars as I m feeling generous and reckon that Tarrou did end up giving Miss Bligh a well deserved rogering A psychological sea story in the 1960s New Hebrides islands Plot isn t bad but fatally marred by a colonialism outlook and. Planes the Sigli had struggled south in a desperate attempt to escape Rupert Blair's family had been among the passengers on that fateful ourney in which the ship and all aboard had disappeared Twenty years later he.
Summary The Hostile ShoreStock cannibal natives The Sigli had been Working Windows: A Guide to the Repair and Restoration of Wood Windows just an old passenger launch but when the Japanese invaded Singapore during World War II everything that could float was pressed into service And so crammed with refugees harried and bombed by enemy planes the Sigli had struggled south in a desperate attempt to escape Rupert Blair s family had been among the passengers on that fatefulourney in which the ship and all aboard had disappeared Twenty years
later he still hasn t forgotten has never abandoned his obsession he still hasn t forgotten has never abandoned his obsession discover exactly what happened Now Rupert Blair embarks upon a ourney of his own one that #Will Take Him To A Primitive Savage Island In Search #take him to a primitive savage island in search the truth A little different then his normal book A former British Army officer is on a search to find out what happened to his family that he ust got out of Singapore prio A uite atypical storyline for Reeman but definitely this was for good Fading days of colonial rule on a remote pacific island canibals and reflexes of the war Psychologically complex very different from Reeman s other books Interesting plot and characters Well done Recommended. Still hasn't forgotten has never abandoned his obsession to discover exactly what happened Now Rupert Blair embarks upon a ourney of his own one that will take him to a primitive savage island
In Search Of The search of the Spoilers This is far from being #THE BEST REEMAN STORY I HAVE #best Reeman story I have Not a military story this one focuses on the drive of one my Rupert Blair to find out what happened to his family who escaped from the Japanese invasion of Singapore on the launch Sigli They never reached safety and no one knows what happened to them A chance meeting between Blair and old pilot reveals that he saw the Sigli under attack near a reef in the New Hebrides island group in the South Pacific Based on this information he puts together a mission to try and find the wreck and determine what really happened to his family So far the plot was OK but there was no tension to the search as the wreck is found on the first dive The diver reports that the life boats are missing so a search is started on the nearby island and lo almost immediately debris that can be identified as the life boats are found What follows then becomes a bit bizarre the island is home to a couple of white men one a trader and the other a slightly mad preacher as well as a vast tribe of savages who
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