Castle of Water by Dane Huckelbridge. Published by St. Martins

Two people are stranded alone on an island in the South Pacific after their plane goes down. Barry was escaping life at New York finance company to see the place his idol, Paul Gauguin lived, while Sophie was on her honeymoon with her fiance. AS the only two survivors of the flight, Sophie and Barry must find a way to get along with each other (not as easy as you might think) and find a way to survive. I loved reading how the castaways survived on lots of bananas, rain water and clams, how they built their shelter and survived natural disasters. This book was only slightly marred (in my opinion), by the author’s tendency to ramble about somewhat unrelated events. Still, a fantastic read

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