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Space Prison

by Tom Godwin

When I read this book I have a feeling that I read Edgar Rice Burroughs.

Reviewed on 2015.08.04

Bob Chester's Grit

by Frank V. Webster

Only by a chance I got this beautiful book. This is the story of a boy who elevated himself in life by his honesty, hard work, compassion and grit. A must read for all young people to get inspired.

Reviewed on 2015.08.02

The Sea-Hawk

by Rafael Sabatini

Wow. What a story. Sabatiny, Collingwood, Farnol and Kingston. England has produced such wonderful authors. I can live with their books. I don't need anything else in life.

Reviewed on 2015.07.17

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

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