King Kong: The Island of the Skull

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King Kong: The Island of the Skull
King Kong: The Island of the Skull
Author(s) Matthew Costello
Publisher Pocket Star
Publish date October 25, 2005

Genre Media Tie-in, Fiction
ISBN ISBN-10: 1-4165-1669-7
ISBN-13: 978-1-4165-1669-9

King Kong: The Island of the Skull is a 324 page novel written by Matthew Costello in 2005.

Plot

"Entrepreneur and filmmaker Carl Denham struggles to make a name for himself in the entertainment industry - but all of his charisma and showmanship may have to take a back seat to the greatest adventure yet to come...

Vaudeville regular and struggling actress Ann Darrow leaves the light of Broadway behind her for the sand and shores of Atlantic City - and makes a personal connection that will have ramifications on a life-altering experience yet to come...

Former Navy diver Sam Kelley, down on his luck in a Depression-ravaged San Francisco, throws caution to the wind and takes a shaky job an an even shakier pearl-diving ship, destined for one of the most extraordinary - and dangerous - locales on the face of the earth...

Three individuals leading separate lives - all inextricably bound by the hands of fate, each drawing inexorably closer to a place that will test the very limits of their humanity... and change the world forever...."

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