The Blue Lagoon cover

The Blue Lagoon

H. De Vere Stacpoole (1863-1951)

1. 01 - Book1 Chap1 + Chap2
2. 02 - Book1 Chap3 + Chap4
3. 03 - Book1 Chap5 + Chap6
4. 04 - Book1 Chap7 + Chap8
5. 05 - Book1 Chap9 + Chap10
6. 06 - Book1 Chap11 + Chap12
7. 07 - Book1 Chap13 - 15
8. 08 - Book1 Chap16
9. 09 - Book1 Chap17 + Chap18
10. 10 - Book1 Chap19 + Chap20
11. 11 - Book1 Chap21 - 23
12. 12 - Book2 Chap1 + Chap2
13. 13 - Book2 Chap3 + Chap4
14. 14 - Book2 Chap5 + Chap6
15. 15 - Book2 Chap7 - 9
16. 16 - Book2 Chap10 + Chap11
17. 17 - Book2 Chap12 + Chap13
18. 18 - Book2 Chap14 + Chap15
19. 19 - Book2 Chap16 + Chap17
20. 20 - Book2 Chap18 + Chap19
21. 21 - Book2 Chap20 - 22
22. 22 - Book3 Chap1 + Chap2
23. 23 - Book3 Chap3
24. 24 - Book3 Chap4

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Summary

Two shipwrecked children grow up on a South Pacific island. This beautiful story of adventure and innocent love was H.D. Stacpoole’s most popular work.Parents who may have seen the Hollywood film need not be anxious about the book's suitability for kids -- the author's treatment of adolescent sexuality is almost mystical and very mild. The story of The Blue Lagoon (1908) continues in The Garden of God (1923) and The Gates of Morning (1925). A ship’s doctor, Henry De Vere Stacpoole (1863–1951) published over 90 works of fiction, poetry, autobiography, and translation.

Reviews

Bernie

- The Blue Lagoon

Adrian Pretzelis does an excellent job of the narration, the story however is ordinary.