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The People that Time Forgot

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Published: 1918
Language: English
Wordcount: 38,652 / 111 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 58.6
LoC Category: PS
Series: Caspak
Audiobook: www.archive.org
Downloads: 6,930
mnybks.net#: 1402
Origin: gutenberg.org

Trapped between the primitive and the unknown.

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guesses concerning it and the strange events it narrated. The torpedoing of the liner upon which Bowen J. Tyler, Jr., had taken passage for France to join the American Ambulance was a well-known fact, and I had further substantiated by wire to the New York office of the owners, that a Miss La Rue had been booked for passage. Further, neither she nor Bowen had been mentioned among the list of survivors; nor had the body of either of them been recovered.

Their rescue by the English tug was entirely probable; the capture of the enemy U-33 by the tug's crew was not beyond the range of possibility; and their adventures during the perilous cruise which the treachery and deceit of Benson extended until they found themselves in the waters of the far South Pacific with depleted stores and poisoned water-casks, while bordering upon the fantastic, appeared logical enough as narrated, event by event, in the manuscript.

Caprona has always been considered a more or less mythical land, though it is vouched for

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Average Rating of 4 from 1 reviews: ****
2006.11.07
Travis Greer
****.

Not as good as the first book in the series (The Land that Time Forgot) but still a very enjoyable experience.


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