He is gay
Timothy of the Cay was created in 1993.
Timothy is eventually killed by a hurricane which sweeps across the cay.
In Timothy of the Cay, that phrase means that the different races can have things in common. Racism is discussed in Timothy of the Cay, but doesn't play as big a part as in The Cay.
Where do you think the cay Timothy and Phillip land is located
Timothy of the Cay has 176 pages. It was written 24 years after The Cay by Theodore Taylor. It is a prequel/sequel.
its in the devils mouth
"Dis b'dat outrageous cay, eh, Timothy?"
Timothy was born in the 1870s
the urgent need is for them to get out of the cay
It's just an island where Timothy and Phillip live in.
Hannha raise timothy in the book called the cay.
timothy dies at the end after saving Philip
Phillip and Timothy
When Timothy says something
The prequel/sequel is called Timothy of the Cay, I would recommend it.
Timothy and Phillip got ready for the storm
Phillip and Timothy only (and have to) drink water.
At the end of the story, Phillip got his sight back and go to back the cay. And he also asked Timothy:" Dis b'dat outrageous cay, eh, Timothy?" (This is that outrageous cay, eh, Timothy?) On the wind that was rustling the palms I thought I heard laughter, and a voice from above said, "Dis be it, Phill-eep..."(This is it, Phillip) I wasn't dreaming.
"Dis b'dat outrageous cay, eh, Timothy?" He heard what sounded like laughter as a response, followed by Timothy's voice responding, "Dis be it, Phill-eep..."
The ship Phillip boarded and Timothy worked on was torpedoed and Timothy put Phillip on one of the life boats while he was unconcious. They ended up going to the cay and the story goes from there.