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A lovely reissue of Puffin Classics favourite, Kidnapped.Introduction from the author of bestsell... Read More

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A lovely reissue of Puffin Classics favourite, Kidnapped.Introduction from the author of bestselling The No1 Ladies' Detective Agency.Additional user-friendly endnotes.Highly attractive and collectible series with striking covers by top illustrators.The Puffin Classics series is a perfect marriage of the old and the new. Enjoy some of the best books from the past and find out why and how they inspired some of the best writers of the present

Puffin Classics bring the very best children's classics to a new generation.

When young David Balfour's father dies and leaves him in poverty, he tracks down his Uncle Ebenezer to seek his inheritance. But his uncle is a mean, nasty man with a dark family secret. David finds himself in terrible danger when he is kidnapped and taken prisoner on board a ship bound for slavery - he must escape. With the help of daring rebel Alan Breck, David faces a wild adventure as he is hunted across the desolate Scottish moors.

Robert Louis Stevenson's action adventure novel is brilliantly introduced by bestselling author, Alexander McCall Smith.

Product Details

Title: Kidnapped
Author: Robert Louis StevensonAlexander McCall Smith
SKU: BK0031014
EAN: 9780141326023
Language: English

About Author

Robert Louis Stevenson was born in Edinburgh in 1850. The son of a prosperous civil engineer, he was expected to follow the family profession but was finally allowed to study law at Edinburgh University. Stevenson reacted forcibly against the Presbyterianism of both his city's professional classes and his devout parents, but the influence of Calvinism on his childhood informed the fascination with evil that is so powerfully explored in Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Stevenson suffered from a severe respiratory disease from his twenties onwards, leading him to settle in the gentle climate of Samoa with his American wife, Fanny Osbourne.

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