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The Return of Tarzan

by Edgar Rice Burroughs

Very exciting adventure book. Unlike "Tarzan of the apes", here the story begins in Paris. Only afterwords Tarzan will return to the jungle. The plot is a very simple one and there are impossible coincidences all over the book; but anyhow, I liked it.

Reviewed on 2009.05.20

Saved from the Sea

by W.H.G. Kingston

Buena novela de aventuras. Árabes y españoles no quedan muy bien parados; pero, pese a los prejuicios del autor (o quizás tan sólo de alguno de los personajes de orígen inglés), la obra no deja de ser entretenida.

Reviewed on 2009.02.08

In Search of El Dorado

by Harry Collingwood

Los dos primeros capítulos son brillantes. La fauna prehistórica que los protagonistas encuentran en sudamérica está fuera de lugar en una novela de estas características; pese a ello, la historia avanza de manera fluida. Cuando finalmente los personajes llegan a la ciudad de ulua, la obra cae en un sinfín de lugares comunes para concluir con el mas pedecible de los finales. Los dos últimos capítulos son tan malos como buenos fueron los primeros.

Reviewed on 2009.01.26

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