A substantial, well-told, satisfying story of the wild lands, of the sort that grows less and less frequent, "Tharon of Lost Valley" ought to find warm welcome at the hands of all who prefer the red-blooded, elemental type of ficiton to that of the paler hue, the more sophisticated manner and the more psychological interest that dominate the novels of recent years. -- New York Times Book Review, November 16, 1919
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