This collector's edition is cleanly formatted for easy reading. Robinson Crusoe's parents want him to have a responsible, safe life. However, true to his rebellious nature, he takes off to sea, fulfills his youthful desires for voyages and encounters different people and numerous misfortunes.
With many trying journeys under his belt, he ends up a castaway on a deserted island where he lives for twenty-eight years. Miraculously, after decades, he rescues a man he names "Friday" and acquires other companions following various exciting, edge-of-your-seat adventures.
One of the first novels ever written, Robinson Crusoe remains a fantastic and amusing book. It is sure to hold the reader's attention and be remembered long after it is put down. As thrilling to travel- and adventure-lovers today as it was in 1719.