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Adrift in a Boat

by W.H.G. Kingston

I am a sea adventure fan and have read several Collingwood, Farnol and Sabatini stuff. But Kingston has his own style of descriptive writing. He will take you in to time giving every detail of Victorian scene and its sea life. I recommend his books for the sea lovers.

Reviewed on 2015.02.26

Captain Blood

by Rafael Sabatini

No different from his other book 'The Sea Hawk'.

Reviewed on 2015.02.23

Deadfalls and Snares

by A.R. Harding

This book is an outdated junk worth discarded. Hunting is pre-historic which has no place in the modern world. PETA and other animal lovers must bring a ban on this rag.

Reviewed on 2014.12.23

The Arabian Nights

by Andrew Lang

This book is an abridged version of Arabian Nights. I recommend the four volume complete version available in Manybooks. The volumes are very descriptive and full.

Reviewed on 2014.11.26

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