by H. Rider Haggard
Publisher: Project Gutenberg 2004
In King Solomon's Mines, Haggard introduces the reader to Allan Quatermain, now one of the most famous literary adventure characters. Second in the series, this book, Allan Quatermain, continues the story of this daring man and chronicles in first person (and through correspondence from some of his fictitious companions) his adventures in Africa. Thought to be one of the fictional characters upon which another such person, Indiana Jones, is based, Quatermain is nevertheless a humble man.
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by H. Rider Haggard - Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co.
A non fiction book about the Boer War of 1881. Excellent first-hand history by an eye witness who also happened to be one of the leading authors of the late 19th century. A must read for anyone interested in African History or British Colonial wars.
by Henry Rider Haggard - ManyBooks
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by H. Rider Haggard, Andrew Lang - ManyBooks
The story of the hero Odysseus after his untold second journey. Returning to his home, Ithaca, the region ravaged by a plague, his wife seemingly slain, Odysseus begins his final quest. This book might be called The Further Adventures of Odysseus.
by Henry Rider Haggard - Feedbooks
Three Englishmen, marooned on a mysterious South Sea island, learn of the islanders' powerful god Oro, who has been sleeping for 250,000 years. This is a tale of spirit travel, reincarnation, occult powers, a subterranean city, the elixir of life.