Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe

Robinson Crusoe

By Daniel Defoe

  • Release Date: 1719-01-01
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
Score: 4
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Description

The book is a fictional autobiography of the title character, whose birth name is Robinson Kreutznaer, a castaway who spends years on a remote tropical island near Trinidad, encountering cannibals, captives, and mutineers before being rescued.

Reviews

  • A True classic that stands the rest of time

    5
    By Ironrob73
    I somehow missed reading this book when I was a child but it was well worth the wait.
  • So many lessons learnt!

    5
    By Solace-forever
    From the beginning to the end, it teaches you what life is and what the living can do.
  • Robinson Crusoe

    3
    By Sugarman3
    I read this whilst on holiday in the Canaries. I had not read this for some 40 years since being a young lad and throughly enjoyed the tale of Crusoe's survival written in old English by Daniel Defoe. I was reminded of several adventures and mishaps endured by Crusoe and Defoe's injections into the story of morality and Christian faith. This is a book of it's time but fits extremely well into today and our world of Bear Gryll and fanciful survival against the odds. I thoroughly recommend refreshing yourself with this classic story as told in a time of imagination and a world less known. Several days of cold beers and hot sunshine in Fuertaventura whilst losing myself on a desert island as Robinson Crusoe was rather fun. Do try it.
  • Over long

    3
    By marham 2
    Interesting story which is well known but rarely read. Defoe was a Protestant and his religious beliefs were very important to him as is clear from the frequent references. I fell after his rescue Crusoe's adventures were irrelevant to the story and held no interest for me.
  • Robinson Crusoe

    3
    By Advyse
    How fantastic to read one of the true classics again. Fascinating to read old English in its original format and to understand the origin of many of our English words.
  • Robinson Crusoe

    5
    By TravMcTravis
    Amazing read. I lived every second of it.
  • Robinson Crusoe

    5
    By vatif
    Such a wonderful story, I am so glad I got the chance to read and I shall read the second part :)
  • A Wonderful Adventure

    5
    By MatthewByrne
    Was a slow start in first two chapters but after the incredibly visual shipwreck I was hooked. Enjoyed every moment of the book and his adventures. Did not want I to end!!!
  • Fantastic

    5
    By Al,bert
    Great book

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