I went with read a book page whose count ends 1, 9, 2, 6.
If you like adventure stories where the MC is shipwrecked on a desolate island this is a good read.
After the second castaway shows up, some bits stretch believably quite a bit, and the fortuitousness of some things (oh, look! what we just happen to have in the ladies basket...) made me irritable with their convenience.
It gets a bit heavy in the religious explanations by his companion later on, but in context it doesn't feel preachy, just tedious. I think those portions could have been shortened extensively, although due to the circumstances of the 2 came to be on the island they couldn't be removed.
Overall though, an enjoyable easy read without major conflicts.
What I would call a smooth read.