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The Flying Stingaree
The Flying Stingaree Sented by Sarah Gerdes

This book is a result of an effort made by us towards making a contribution to the preservation and repair of original classic literature. In an attempt to preserve, improve and recreate the original content, we have worked towards: 1. Type-setting & Reformatting:

The Adventures of Don Lavington

"Mind your head! Crikey! That was near, 'nother inch, and you'd ha' crushed him like an eggshell." "Well, you told me to lower down." "

The PONY RIDER BOYS In ALASKA
The PONY RIDER BOYS In ALASKA Sented by Rebecca

"Captain, who are the four silent men leaning over the rail on the other side of the boat?" asked Tad Butler. "I have been wondering about them almost ever since we left Vancouver. They don't seem to speak to a person, and seldom to each other, though somehow they appear to be traveling in company. They act as if they were afraid someone would recognize them. I am sure they aren't bad characters."

A Columbus of Space
A Columbus of Space Sented by Daniel

This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages

The Wouldbegoods
The Wouldbegoods Sented by Sarah Gerdes

This collection chronicles the fiction and non fiction classics by the greatest writers the world has ever known.

Gulliver of Mars
Gulliver of Mars Sented by Daniel

Collectors edition! Highly Recommended! Many believe that Edgar Rice Burroughs' inspiration to create his world of Barsoom came from this novel.

The Tarzan Twins
The Tarzan Twins Sented by Musa

Two schoolboys, Dick and Doc, are cousins who resemble each other because their mothers are twins. As Dick is also related to Tarzan through his father, they become known as the Tarzan Twins. Invited to visit Tarzan's African estate, they become lost in the jungle and are imprisoned by cannibals, from whom they escape.

The Son of Tarzan
The Son of Tarzan Sented by Rebecca

The Son Of Tarzan N#4 Alexis Paulvitch, a henchman of Tarzan's now-deceased enemy, Nikolas Rokoff, survived his encounter with the ape-man in The Beasts of Tarzan and wants to even the score.

The Outlaw of Torn
The Outlaw of Torn Sented by Jacob

"The Outlaw of Torn" is a historical novel by Edgar Rice Burroughs, creator of Tarzan. It was his second novel (his first being the science fiction work "A Princess of Mars," and his third behind "Tarzan of the Apes.")

The Oakdale Affair
The Oakdale Affair Sented by Daniel

In the home of Jonas Prim, president of an Oakdale bank, a thief makes off with a servant's clothing and valuables belonging to Prim's daughter Abigail. Abigail is thought to be absent visiting Sam Benham, whom her parents want her to marry. Escaping, the thief later encounters a group of hobos and is taken for one of them, the Oskaloosa Kid

The Mad King
The Mad King Sented by Daniel

All Lustadt was in an uproar. The mad king had escaped.

The Mucker
The Mucker Sented by Steve Bark

Billy Byrne is a low class American born in Chicago's ghetto. He grows up a thief and a mugger. "Billy was a mucker, a hoodlum, a gangster, a thug, a tough." He is not chivalrous nor kind, and has only meager ethics - never giving evidence against a friend or leaving someone behind.

The Lost Continent
The Lost Continent Sented by Steve Bark

The year is 2137. Two hundred years ago -- in our time, more or less -- Eurasia fought a war to end all wars, a war that meant, for all intents and purposes, the end of the Old World.

Tarzan's Quest
Tarzan's Quest Sented by Daniel

Tarzan of the Apes had heard only rumors of the Kavuru--a race of strange white savages.

Tarzan the Untamed
Tarzan the Untamed Sented by Emma

The action is set during World War I. While John Clayton, Lord Greystoke (Tarzan) is away from his plantation home in British East Africa, it is destroyed by invading German troops from Tanganyika. On his return he discovers among many burned bodies one that appears to be the corpse of his wife, Jane Porter Clayton.

Tarzan The Terrible
Tarzan The Terrible Sented by Sarah Gerdes

In the previous novel, during the early days of World War I, Tarzan discovered that his wife Jane was not killed in a fire set by German troops, but was in fact alive.In this novel two months have gone by and Tarzan is continuing to search for Jane.

Tarzan and the Lost Empire
Tarzan and the Lost Empire Sented by Cameron

NKIMA danced excitedly upon the naked, brown shoulder of his master. He chattered and scolded, now looking up inquiringly into Tarzan's face and then off into the jungle. "Something is coming, Bwana," said Muviro, sub-chief of the Waziri. "Nkima has heard it." "And Tarzan," said the ape-man. "The big Bwana's ears are as keen as the ears of Bara the antelope," said Muviro. "Had they not been, Tarzan would not be here today," replied the ape-man, with a smile. "He would not have grown to manhood had not Kala, his mother, taught him to use all of the senses that Mulungu gave him."

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