By J. Allan Dunn
The long-awaited sequel to Barehanded Castaways continues the adventures of a group of men with widely divergent backgrounds, shipwrecked on an island without tools, weapons or supplies — not even a wristwatch among them. Their struggle to survive, using only their wits and shared knowledge, made Castaways one of the most popular novels ever to appear in the grand old pulp Adventure.
A sequel was called for, and author J. Allan Dunn delivered it in The Island, published in Adventure‘s October 30, 1922 issue. The further adventures of the barehanded castaways embroil the men in new struggles and subject them to new hardships. Dunn’s sequel is every bit as gripping as the original and represents a high point in pulp-fiction craftsmanship.
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Classic Pulp Reprints
#5, Classic Pulp Reprints
220 pp., 6x9, trade paperback