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The Lost World

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    Arthur Conan Doyle(Author)

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Irish athletic reporter Malone narrates tale of bold squat quarrelsome Professor Challenger seeking remote Amazonian plateau where “the ordinary laws of Nature are suspended” with prehistoric creatures and ape-men. Other armed British whites are spare skeptic Professor Summerlee, and ginger dead-shot Lord John, supported by colored bearers.

"The Lost World . . . provide[s] evidence that Doyle had it in him to be one of the greatest science fiction writers of all time."--Sam Moskowitz

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  • PDF | 202 pages
  • Arthur Conan Doyle(Author)
  • CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (20 Aug. 2017)
  • English
  • 3
  • Science Fiction & Fantasy

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  • By glen parrington on 28 August 2017

    The original, the classic and the absolute best. The loyal Negro servant it respected, lauded and rewarded.Very different from today's twisted perspective from the politically correct loony left The Conniving, evil slave dealers were dealt with by Lord John Roxton and his express double rifle.Wonderful stuff from a long gone eraIt is be been rewritten and messed about with by so-called authors who are not remotely in the same league as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

  • By Guest on 8 April 2016

    does the job . very good

  • By Sadistica on 5 January 2012

    I'm very pleased with the shipping on this product, it had arrived just a few short days after placing the order, came nicely packaged, I however was shocked when I saw the size of the book only to discover there were more of Arthur Conan Doyle's works in among the weight of the book! (Should have read that as stated on the product description but I was in a Haste to purchase this book as a recommended) Very pleased, cannot wait to give it a read after I've finished the last of the Sherlock Holmes collection! And the price was very good.

  • By Zoe Yallop on 28 May 2014

    All right so it was a couple of quid more than I originally thought it was going to be but given that it arrived early, was in excellent condition and was the complete and unabridged version, which is what I was hoping for, I can forgive the price. The cover art for this book is amazing and I can't wait to start reading it.

  • By Kurt A. Johnson on 1 September 2005

    Edward Malone, reporter for the Daily Gazette, finds himself caught up in the claims of the eccentric Professor G. E. Challenger to have found a South American plateau where dinosaurs still live. Malone volunteers for a fact-finding mission, along with the dubious Professor Summerlee and the fearless big game hunter Lord John Roxton. The band voyages to South America, journeys to the plateau, and finds it filled with plants and animals for many different epochs. Finding themselves marooned on the plateau, the team faces many dangers and adventures.While somewhat dated, this book is well written and exciting to read. As a matter of fact, part of the book's charm is its pre-Great War feel. If you like adventure stories, Arthur Conan Doyle, or big game hunters, then this book is for you!

  • By Guest on 12 May 2017

    This book was recommend to me after reading Jules Vernes 'Journey to the Centre of the Earth' which I enjoyed massively, but to be truly honest I'm struggling to enjoy this book as much, I've only read about half and I just have no interest it picking it back up, its not really for me.

  • By JOHANN on 31 January 2016

    I first read this book at least 40 years ago. Could not put it down. This will be my fourth or fifth reading. BRILLIANT. (Johann)

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