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“A peculiarly thrilling and vigorous tale of adventure.” —Andrew Lang
H. Rider Haggard (1856-1925) worked in South Africa during the time of Britian's war with the Zulus and the First Boer War. He turned these experiences into fiction on his return to England and achieved popular and critical acclaim with KING SOLOMON'S MINES (1885), ALLAN QUATERMAIN (1887) and SHE (1887).See all Editorial Reviews
A classic adventure story almost a hundred years before Indiana Jones. Three men go in search of Sir Henry Curtis' missing brother and the fabled riches of King Solomon's diamond... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Seth A. Tucker
3 stars only because it started the genre. I thought i was reading E R Boroughs at times. Racism was weirdPublished 2 months ago by Thomas Recane
This book was written many years ago and was suitable for that time. The story line follows closely that of the book Alan Quatermain by the same author. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Dore Whiteson
This is a great read, it has all the cliches of a good adventure, but it was written before they were cliches.Published 4 months ago by J.T.
A classic that needs to be read. The movies are fun, but the book(s) are good, light literature.Published 4 months ago by Michael J. Benedict
A very interesting story written in the late 1800's in AFRICA BY AN ENGLISH AUTHOR.Published 5 months ago by okii