The Wind At Morning

The Wind At Morning Juan Vizcaya was a boy of fourteen when he signed up as a page in Captain General Magellan s fleet He couldn t know that he would be part of the greatest sea voyage ever made the first circumnavigatio

Juan Vizcaya was a boy of fourteen when he signed up as a page in Captain General Magellan s fleet He couldn t know that he would be part of the greatest sea voyage ever made the first circumnavigation of the globe Three years later, when the survivors struggled back to Spain, Juan was among them, no longer a frightened boy, but a man Seen through his eyes, this is theJuan Vizcaya was a boy of fourteen when he signed up as a page in Captain General Magellan s fleet He couldn t know that he would be part of the greatest sea voyage ever made the first circumnavigation of the globe Three years later, when the survivors struggled back to Spain, Juan was among them, no longer a frightened boy, but a man Seen through his eyes, this is the spellbinding story of that extraordinary adventure.

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The Wind At Morning

  1. Pseudonym of Donald Gordon Payne.He lives in Surrey, England, and has four sons and one daughter The Children, later known as Walkabout, though published under the name James Vance Marshall, was actually written by the English author Donald Gordon Payne as were a number of Payne s later works for children The Children and other works were apparently based on Marshall s travel notes and diaries, and in the case of The Children, Marshall may have drafted the work Marshall claimed the work as his own during his lifetime while Payne has also claimed it as his own Following Marshall s death, and with permission from the family, Payne continued to publish novels for children and adults using Marshall s name There has been confusion about the status of the works in numerous sources.

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