With Airship and Submarine

A Tale of Adventure

Author: Harry Collingwood (William Joseph Cosens Lancaster)
Published: 1908
Language: English
Wordcount: 102,395 / 299 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 57.4
LoC Categories: PZ, TL
Series: Flying Fish
Downloads: 1,646
Added to site: 2008.06.18
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Origin: gutenberg.org

afford any information that I may happen to possess in relation to such localities as it may be proposed to visit. By the way, how many shall we be, and who are the other members of the party?"

"I have not yet decided," answered Sir Reginald. "But I should naturally prefer to have Lethbridge and Mildmay again, if I can find them and induce them to join us. Indeed, it was with the object of ascertaining whether I could learn any news of either of them and of yourself that I called here to-day."

"Well," said the German, "I can tell you something about them both, for I saw the colonel only a few days ago, here in town. I met him in the Park. He was looking very ill, and in reply to my inquiries I learned that he had been down with typhoid fever, and had only been up and out again about a week. He said that he was trying to brace himself up to go away somewhere for change of air, so I have no doubt that you will find him more than willing to fall in with any proposal you may make to him. As for Mild


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(1906)Sci-fi / Adventure / Young Readers
Plot bullets

  • The 'Flying Fish' is taken out of mothballs and is off on another adventure.

  • Funds for charitable purposes and a young girls health are stated as the reasons for the voyage, but the love of adventure is what is really wanted.

  • A voyage over and under the earth awaits.

  • The 'Flying Fish' is a sky/sea/under sea vehicle. There are no trips to outer space.

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