Page by Page Books
Read Books Online, for Free

In Association with
Adventure Jack London

Making The Books Come True

Page 8 of 8

Table Of Contents: Adventure

Previous Page

Previous Chapter

Next Chapter

More Books

More by this Author

As they went in to breakfast he became aware that Munster and Sparrowhawk had received a similar shock. All their air of camaraderie was dissipated, and they had become abruptly and immensely respectful.

"I've opened up a new field," she said, as she began pouring the coffee. "Old Kina-Kina will never forget me, I'm sure, and I can recruit there whenever I want. I saw Morgan at Guvutu. He's willing to contract for a thousand boys at forty shillings per head. Did I tell you that I'd taken out a recruiting license for the Martha? I did, and the Martha can sign eighty boys every trip.

Sheldon smiled a trifle bitterly to himself. The wonderful woman who had tripped across the compound in her Sydney clothes was gone, and he was listening to the boy come back again.

Tired of reading? Add this page to your Bookmarks or Favorites and finish it later.

Page 8 of 8 Previous Page   Next Chapter
Who's On Your Reading List?
Read Classic Books Online for Free at
Page by Page Books.TM
Jack London

Home | More Books | About Us | Copyright 2004