The Toilers of the Sea

by Victor Hugo | Literature & Fiction |
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Registered by Johanhugo of Almelo, Overijssel Netherlands on 9/24/2005
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5 journalers for this copy...
Journal Entry 1 by Johanhugo from Almelo, Overijssel Netherlands on Saturday, September 24, 2005
This is the English translation of Victor Hugo's: "Les travailleurs de la Mer", written in 1866. It is about a man in the Channel Islands, who manages to salvage the steam engine of a wrecked paddle steamer. Not too technical!

Journal Entry 2 by wingAnonymousFinderwing on Thursday, October 13, 2005
Hello!
My name is Yaike van Pluur and I am 13jears old!

CAUGHT IN ALMELO OVERIJSSEL

Journal Entry 3 by wingAnonymousFinderwing on Saturday, November 19, 2005
Tijdens de atelierroute heeft mijn dochter, Yaike, het boek gevonden. We hebben het boek meegenomen en
ik heb het gelezen. Yaike is 13 jaar en een boek lezen in het Engels is nog te veel gevraagd.
Ik ga op werkreis en zal het boek laten reizen in Duitsland. Maandag 21 november gaat het boek op reis.

CAUGHT IN ALMELO OVERIJSSEL NEDERLAND

Journal Entry 4 by pepperminza from Reinbek, Schleswig-Holstein Germany on Sunday, January 29, 2006
Found this book in the geocache "bookhopping @ rowohlt" (GCQT82). See more: www.geocaching.com
It's my own cache, which I disabled to have a winter-check-up.
Don't know yet, if I put this book again into the cache. Think it's better to take it to the next International Meetup of Bookcrossers!
Greetz of pepperminza / pattertwig :-)

Released 13 yrs ago (2/14/2006 UTC) at Alltheklich, Kneipe, Eppendorfer Marktplatz 12 in Hamburg - Eppendorf, Hamburg Germany

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left it at a bookcrossing-meeting at Hamburg!

Journal Entry 6 by Susammelsurium from Hamburg - Barmbek, Hamburg Germany on Wednesday, February 15, 2006
Found it at a BookCrossing-Meetup in Hamburg! I was immediately taken by it, because the first sentence took me to Guernsey... and I've been wanting to visit the Channel Islands for quite a while.

I found a scetch in the book. I'm curious if it is of any relevance to the story told.

I'll report as soon as I've read the book.

Journal Entry 7 by Susammelsurium from Hamburg - Barmbek, Hamburg Germany on Tuesday, July 29, 2008
I found out that there indeed is a revelance, as the scetch depicts Gilliat while trying to recover the machine of the "Durande".

I didn't finish the book although I like the way Hugo narrates a story. But I'm much to restless at the moment to get into the right mood to read it all the way. And as I tried to do so various times during the stay of the book at my shelf, I think it's time to release it at last.

It'll therefore travel on in a BookBox containing books about the sea.

Journal Entry 8 by wingNordkindwing from Hamburg - Barmbek, Hamburg Germany on Friday, August 15, 2008
Found this book in my bookbox!

Journal Entry 9 by wingNordkindwing at Überseemuseum in Bremen, Bremen Germany on Saturday, November 29, 2008

Released 10 yrs ago (11/29/2008 UTC) at Überseemuseum in Bremen, Bremen Germany

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Kommt ins Überseemuseum!

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