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The Enchanted Island by Fannie Louise Apjohn is a captivating tale that transports readers to a mystical realm. From the first page, I was instantly drawn into a world filled with magic, adventure, and wonder.

Apjohn's vivid and descriptive writing style painted a vivid picture of The Enchanted Island, bringing it to life in my imagination. Each scene was beautifully crafted, and the author's attention to detail immersed me in this magical setting.

The characters in the story were well-developed and unique, each with their own compelling storylines that intertwined seamlessly. I found myself emotionally invested in their lives and eagerly following their journeys. The protagonist, in particular, was a strong and relatable character, facing challenges that tested her courage and resolve.

One aspect that stood out to me was Apjohn's ability to create a sense of tension and suspense throughout the narrative. From daring escapes to thrilling battles, there was never a dull moment. The pace of the story was perfectly balanced, with moments of calm and introspection intertwined with heart-pounding action.

Another highlight of The Enchanted Island was the underlying themes and messages woven into the story. The importance of friendship, loyalty, and resilience were prevalent, reminding readers of the power of these values in overcoming adversity. The book also explored the idea of personal growth and self-discovery, adding an extra layer of depth to the narrative.

Overall, The Enchanted Island is a mesmerizing read that will capture the hearts of fantasy enthusiasts. Apjohn's storytelling prowess, coupled with a richly imaginative world and well-developed characters, ensures an unforgettable journey. I highly recommend this book to anyone seeking an escape into a world of magic and enchantment.

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[Frontispiece: "With these on you will see everything as it really is, no matter how it may look to other people."]







Copyright 1919


All rights reserved


"With these on you will see everything as it really is, no matter how it may look to other people" . . . Frontispiece

The toucan . . . seized the basket by the handle and flew away

Up sprang the lid, and there behold! were the wonderful big pellets

He was trying to induce her to make an effort to pass the dead tigers



Once upon a time many years ago there lay five islands in the South Pacific ocean where the weather was always fine.

Four of them were set in a kind of square, but the fifth, which was much smaller than any of the others, stood in the center of the group so that it was nearer to each island than they were to each other, for they were all so many miles apart that they could not see each other's shores.

The little island in the middle was not inhabited, but was surrounded by very dangerous reefs. It was called the Island of Despair, though nobody seemed to know how it got its name, and was supposed to be haunted... Continue reading book >>

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