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Fe Success Vol 1 By Pacific Ocean
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The Ocean Wireless Boys on the Pacific By John Henry Goldfrap
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: John Henry Goldfrap (1879 – November 21, 1917) was a North... More > American journalist and author of boys' books, participating in the "American series phenomenon." He always wrote under pseudonyms.Following is a list of his works under the respective pseudonyms.Captain Wilbur LawtonHoward PaysonMarvin WestDexter J. ForresterFreemont B. Deering Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Henry_Goldfrap< Less
Oceanic By K.J. Morgan
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James Jameson is a junior investment banker at the Heritage Pacific Bank; an investment house with a very broad portfolio of investments and a reputation for backing high risk opportunities. When a... More > start-up company calling itself Oceanic approaches Heritage with a business model based on genetically modified fish and a new strain of seaweed its inventors claim will end world hunger and reverse climate change, Jameson is not convinced. But in charge of a team conducting investigations into the potential of Oceanic, Jameson is sent to the sleepy town of Collins Cove to review the business, and discovers that life away from the city is not all bad. However, as the details of Oceanic’s technology both amaze and disturb Jameson, his investigations lead him from biotech into the murky world of financial crime, and a discovery which could be a chance for humanity to help itself and the planet.< Less
Oceanic By K.J. Morgan
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James Jameson is an ambitious investment banker at Heritage Pacific Bank; an investment house with a reputation for backing high risk, cutting edge opportunities. When a start-up company calling... More > itself Oceanic approaches Heritage with a concept its inventors claim will end world hunger and reverse climate change, Jameson is not convinced. But when the entire project becomes his responsibility, Jameson finds his career may depend on the success of a very risky venture. In charge of a team conducting investigations into the potential of Oceanic, Jameson is sent to the sleepy town of Collins Cove to review the business, and discovers that life away from the city is not all bad. However, as the details of Oceanic’s technology both amaze and disturb Jameson, his investigations lead him from biotech into the murky world of financial crime, and a discovery which could be a chance for humanity to help itself and the planet.< Less
The Coral Island: A Tale of the Pacific Ocean By Robert Michael Ballantyne
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The Coral Island: A Tale of the Pacific Ocean (1858) is a novel written by Scottish juvenile fiction author R. M. Ballantyne at the height of the British Empire. The story relates the adventures of... More > three boys marooned on a South Pacific island, the only survivors of a shipwreck. The book first went on sale late in 1857, and since then has never been out of print. A typical Robinsonade – a genre of fiction inspired by Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe – and one of the most popular of its type, the novel is best remembered today as having been the inspiration for William Golding's dystopian The Lord of the Flies (1954). The Coral Island was voted one of the top-twenty Scottish novels at the 15th International World Wide Web Conference held in 2006.< Less
The Coral Island A Tale of the Pacific Ocean By R.M. Ballantyne
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A ripping’ yarn from beginning to end, told by a master story teller. Ralph Rover a young boy goes to sea, faces adversity meets pirates, has adventures explores the coral seas and returns home... More > a wiser better man. This is the stuff of a boys own adventure.< Less
The Coral Island A Tale of the Pacific Ocean By R.M. Ballantyne
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A ripping’ yarn from beginning to end, told by a master story teller. Ralph Rover a young boy goes to sea, faces adversity meets pirates, has adventures explores the coral seas and returns home... More > a wiser better man. This is the stuff of a boys own adventure.< Less
Pacific Settlement - A discussion on the Western and Eastern Settlement theories in the Pacific Ocean By Martin Rait
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Pacific Settlement - A discussion on the Western and Eastern Settlement theories in the Pacific Ocean. Considers sea level change as a major factor in determining ease of settlement for the western... More > and Polynesian area of the Pacific. Suit students looking for a research idea or school report.< Less
Ocean Odysseys: A Collection of Short Stories By Pacific Christian School Grade 3/4
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Short stories about sea creatures
The Pacific Triangle By Sydney Greenbie
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