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Rescue And Return To England

Rescue And Return To England

After months of hardship, some of the mutineers were rescued by a passing ship and eventually made their way back to England to tell their tale.

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One of the best books I have explained on my page. Embark on a thrilling journey of survival and mutiny with "The Wager" by David Grann, where shipwrecked sailors face extreme adversity and make unimaginable choices.

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