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Free site book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. Book: Allan Quatermain. In this sequel to King Solomon's Mines, Allan Quatermain and his companions once more set out for Africa, this time in search of a white race reputed to live north of Mount Kenya. Going down the steps I opened it myself, and in came my old friends Sir Henry. The last adventure of Allan Quatermain. Save its somewhat extended reflexions on life, friendship, love, death and other essential matters, the story didn't age at.


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Ebook `Allan Quatermain`: ebooks list of H. Rider Haggard. Allan Quatermain is the protagonist of H. Rider Haggards novel King Solomons Mines and its various prequels and All ebooks from this series are available. PDF version of Allan Quatermain by H. Rider Haggard. Apple, Android and To read the whole book, please download the full eBook PDF. If a preview doesn't.

I had known him for many years. The first time we met was in the battle of the Tugela.

Following the disappearance of his brother, Sir Henry Curtis tracks down Allan Quartermain, a trader and hunter who knows Africa as well as any white ma Sitting beside entrancing Lady Ragnall while the smoke of an ancient Egyptian herb grows thick around them, Allan Quatermain finds himself departing the Once more Quatermain takes the hallucinogenic drug and gets to see a previous incarnation of himself—a life he lived thousands of years ago, when he was Allan Quatermain by H.

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All ebooks from this series are available 1. Allan's Wife It may be remembered that in the last pages of his diary, written just before his death, Allan Quatermain makes allusion to his long dead wife, stating Child of Storm Allan Quatermain, continues to indulge his penchant for globe-trotting adventure in a tumultuous journey across Africa.

A Tale of Three Lions In this thrilling tale of danger and adventure, young Harry joins his father, the famous Alan Quatermain, on a hunt for lions deep in Africa. Maiwa's Revenge Allan Quatermain has determined to go farther afield than he had ever traveled before, into the depths of the African jungle — on a march inland to the Hunter Quatermain's Story Quartermain the main character from the many adventures found in the Alan Quartermain series was a progressive Victorian big game hunter in Africa who Long Odds The story which is narrated in the following pages came to me from the lips of my old friend Allan Quatermain, or Hunter Quatermain, as we used to call Heu-Heu Allan Quatermain is confronted with the legend of the Heu-Heu, a monster who eats humans, while sheltering from a thunderstorm in the Drakensberg mounta Before a bad storm the game always herd together, but they cease their calling.

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They sat and smoked and drank whisky and water, and I stood by the fire also smoking and looking at them. At last I spoke. I am going back to the veldt.

As Good and I were walking up here we had a talk. I shook my head. It was not likely that I should know what Good might be talking about. He talks about so many things.

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They entered the vestibule and sat themselves down before the wide hearth, where, I remember, a particularly good fire of logs was burning. As he leant forward to do so the fire got hold of a gassy bit of pine and flared up brightly, throwing the whole scene into strong relief, and I thought, What a splendid-looking man he is!

Calm, powerful face, clear-cut features, large grey eyes, yellow beard and hair—altogether a magnificent specimen of the higher type of humanity.

Nor did his form belie his face. I have never seen wider shoulders or a deeper chest.

Indeed, Sir Henry's girth is so great that, though he is six feet two high, he does not strike one as a tall man. As I looked at him I could not help thinking what a curious contrast my little dried-up self presented to his grand face and form.

Then there was Good, who is not like either of us, being short, dark, stout—very stout—with twinkling black eyes, in one of which an eyeglass is everlastingly fixed.Please note that you will be liable for damages including costs and attorneys' fees if you materially misrepresent that the material is infringing your copyright.

As Good and I were walking up here we had a talk. With Zulu chief Umslopogaas accompanying them, they head to uncharted territory in search of the Zu-Vendis, a race of white-skinned people rumored to be isolated from the other tribes of Africa and ruled by two beautiful sister queens.

As Good and I were walking up here we had a talk. Following the disappearance of his brother, Sir Henry Curtis tracks down Allan Quartermain, a trader and hunter who knows Africa as well as any white ma The story which is narrated in the following pages came to me from the lips of my old friend Allan Quatermain, or Hunter Quatermain, as we used to call Author of more than 60 books, Henry Rider Haggard was sent to Africa by his relatively wealthy father who felt that the boy would never amount to much.

We sat for a while, and then I got a match and lit the lamp that stood ready on the table, for the half-light began to grow dreary, as it is apt to do when one has a short week ago buried the hope of one's life.

It was not likely that I should know what Good might be talking about.

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