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The Lost World [Epub] ➟ The Lost World By Arthur Conan Doyle – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Journalist Ed Malone is looking for an adventure, and that s exactly what he finds when he meets the eccentric Professor Challenger an adventure that leads Malone and his three companions deep into th Journalist Ed Malone is looking for an adventure, and that s exactly what he finds when he meets the eccentric Professor Challenger an adventure that leads Malone and his three companions deep into the jungle, to a lost world where dinosaurs roam free The Lost Epub / and the natives fight out a murderous war with their fierce neighbours, the ape menSir Arthur Conan Doyle s The Lost World was first published inand has since established itself as a classic adventure fantasy storyCover illustration by Alun Hood.


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  1. Stephen Stephen says:

    Move aside, Sherlock Sir Arthur has conjured a protagonist who s an evenarrogant assbag than you Everyonethe intrepid, the indefatigable, the insufferable Professor G.E Challenger If, like me, you enjoy characters that are gruff, prideful curmudgeonly sorts, than you will have fun with this guy He is a serious hoot Trust me Physically, Prof Challenger is a funhouse mirror reflection of Mr Holmes Instead of a tall, lanky, clean shaven gentlemen who calmly condescends to the Move aside, Sherlock Sir Arthur has conjured a protagonist who s an evenarrogant assbag than you Everyonethe intrepid, the indefatigable, the insufferable Professor G.E Challenger If, like me, you enjoy characters that are gruff, prideful curmudgeonly sorts, than you will have fun with this guy He is a serious hoot Trust me Physically, Prof Challenger is a funhouse mirror reflection of Mr Holmes Instead of a tall, lanky, clean shaven gentlemen who calmly condescends to the world around him, we have a short, barrel chested, physically imposing caveman, with a booming voice and serious anger management issues Tell me he doesn t look like the spitting image of Blutofrom Popeye Hmmm Intellectually, however, Challenger is definitely a pea from the same pompous pod as Doyle s most famous literary creation Zero charm, no social graces and a chip on his shoulder the size of Gibraltar He is a serious piece of unrestrained windbaggery that pins the needle on the Arrogasshat Pricktardo Scale And he doled out some serious happy to me while I reading Like Holmes, of whom I am a screaming fanboy, I found G.E Challenger to be enormously fun to listen to as he waxed vaingloriously about his greatness and scientific acumen While I wouldn t want to spend any real life time socializing with the ill mannered prig, as a literary companion he s an absolute blast I can think of no better way to introduce you to the professor, and his over the top disagreeability, than the method employed by Doyle to unveil him to readers of The Lost World When reporter Edward Malone hiding his true vocation requests a meeting with the reclusive scientist, this is the letter he receives in reply SIR, I have duly received your note, in which you claim to endorse my views, although I am not aware that they are dependent upon endorsement either from you or anyone else You have ventured to use the word speculation with regard to my statement upon the subject of Darwinism, and I would call your attention to the fact that such a word in such a connection is offensive to a degree The context convinces me, however, that you have sinned rather through ignorance and tactlessness than through malice, so I am content to pass the matter by You quote an isolated sentence from my lecture, and appear to have some difficulty in understanding it I should have thought that only a sub human intelligence could have failed to grasp the point, but if it really needs amplification I shall consent to see you at the hour named, though visits and visitors of every sort are exceeding distasteful to me As to your suggestion that I may modify my opinion, I would have you know that it is not my habit to do so after a deliberate expression of my mature views You will kindly show the envelope of this letter to my man, Austin, when you call, as he has to take every precaution to shield me from the intrusive rascals who call themselves journalists Yours faithfully, GEORGE EDWARD CHALLENGER. Yeshe s like that Plus he s violent, quick tempered, pig headed, racist, elitist, and is not above putting his wife in time out when he feels she has misbehaved Yeah, he s pretty much the whole package of awesome Once I read that, I knew I was in for something loaded with win PLOT SUMMARY Not sure this is really necessary, so I will keep this brief As the title suggests, this is one of the archetypes of the lost world genre and Sir Arthur brings his usual skill to its execution A journalist the aforementioned Edward Malone eager to impress his girlfriend, requests a dangerous assignment He lands a doozy when an expedition is planned to prove or disprove Challenger s claim of having discovered an isolated region of theinhabited by dinosaurs, pterodactyls and other extinct and exotic creatures Together with Challenger, another professor the obligatory skeptic , and Lord Roxton, the standard rough and ready adventurer, the four embark on their fateful quest.Frills, thrills, spills, chills and kills ensuein abundance.THOUGHTS This is by the numbers storytelling for this sub genre, but Doyle s talent and engaging prose make it a lot of fun It s a given that the fantastic elements of the story have, to an extent, lost their ability to deliver the WOW that they originally produced, and the book s sense of depicting the truly wondrous does suffer a bit as a result Still, I was pleasantly surprised at how engaging the narrative was and how much fun I had listening to Challenger and his colleagues expound with fervor on their dated scientific theories Excellent storytelling has no expiration date, and Doyle, like contemporaries H.G Wells and Jules Verne, has the ability to engage and captivate his audience with the wonders of a bygone age I enjoyed myself, Sir Arthur Thank you 3.5 stars Recommended


  2. Miranda Reads Miranda Reads says:

    Can we start with how this book written in 1912 was based off of theFriend ZonePoor Edward Malone confesses his love for a girl but she is not interested She tries telling him nicely, rudely and all ways in between but he just doesn t get it She could but refuse me, and better be a repulsed lover than an accepted brother So, finally, in a fit to be tied, she makes up some excuse that he s not adventurous enough for her that he s not a daring and dashing hero And so, Edwar Can we start with how this book written in 1912 was based off of theFriend ZonePoor Edward Malone confesses his love for a girl but she is not interested She tries telling him nicely, rudely and all ways in between but he just doesn t get it She could but refuse me, and better be a repulsed lover than an accepted brother So, finally, in a fit to be tied, she makes up some excuse that he s not adventurous enough for her that he s not a daring and dashing hero And so, Edward, a journalist, races off to find the craziest adventure he could possibly find.And boy oh boy does he find one hellova adventure.Edward meets Professor Challenger an adeptly named adventurer who just came back from an exhibition The professor is sprouting a whole host of impossible claims including that dinosaurs have managed to survive and thrive deep in the jungle.Edward, the professor and few scientists set off in search for this Lost World and discover something farexciting in the process Periodic racism and sexism My instincts are all against a woman being too frank and at her ease with me It is no compliment to a man. Ahhh there s nothing blatantly obvious periodic racism and sexism to wake you up in the morning Zambo, who is a black Hercules, as willing as any horse, and about as intelligent. From the half breeds to their loyal negro to the literal annihilation of an entire speciesThis book is a wonder There are times, young fellah, when every one of us must make a stand for human right and justice, or you never feel clean again. How ironic considering the first thing they do when they discovered Ape men was form a posse to slaughter them and sell them into slavery.Now, if you can ignore all of that this was a pretty good novel It had adventure and mishaps and mayhem Our meek journalist really finds his stride and absolutely thrives on his journey If only Sir Arthur Conan Doyle didn t play up the servitude and slaughter all the non white charactersAudiobook CommentsRead by Glen McCready an excellent narrator The Finer Books Club 2018 Reading Challenge A book AJ Rocks has readYouTube Blog Instagram Twitter Snapchat miranda.reads Happy Reading


  3. James Tivendale James Tivendale says:

    If in 100 years I am only known as the man who invented Sherlock Holmes then I will have considered my life a failure Sir Arthur Conan Doyle This review will contain minor spoilers Although Sherlock Holmes, Dr John Watson, Mycroft Holmes, and Professor James Moriarty are Doyle s most known creations, Professor Challenger, the hot tempered scientist is another character that many readers will be familiar with This is the first of the Professor Challenger series and the only one that I ha If in 100 years I am only known as the man who invented Sherlock Holmes then I will have considered my life a failure Sir Arthur Conan Doyle This review will contain minor spoilers Although Sherlock Holmes, Dr John Watson, Mycroft Holmes, and Professor James Moriarty are Doyle s most known creations, Professor Challenger, the hot tempered scientist is another character that many readers will be familiar with This is the first of the Professor Challenger series and the only one that I had read previously I started reading religiously in 2012 and The Lost World was one of my favourite stories from my pre review era I decided to revisit this exuberant and vivacious science heavy adventure tale that features dinosaurs and I m truly glad that I did.This narrative begins with journalist and international rugby player Edward Dunn Malone as he finally tells the love of his life Gladys about the emotions and feelings that he has been harbouring Unfortunately, it is soon revealed that she doesn t share the sentiments that Malone has been feeling and therefore he remains in the friend zone He just isn t exciting enough She wants an adventurer, essentially so she can bask in the glory of her partner s deeds As the archetypal example of a member of the friendzone guild, he doesn t even consider thinking that maybe she is a bad apple and not the right woman for him The antithesis is what he thinks Malone races down to the office of the Daily Gazette and begs his editor for an exciting, dangerous assignment war correspondence perhaps His superior states that there is no taskhigh risk or hazardous for a reporter than to interview the infamous scientist Professor Challenger After an eventful and volatile first meeting between the duo, the emotions cool down and Edward ends up sharing a cigarette with the incredibly intelligent, agog, slightly unorthodox and idiosyncratic scientist I pictured him as being like an early 20th century Brian Blessed with the presented attitude, extravagance, and description He divulges information about a potential Lost World which he has visited and the last time he was there, although only for a brief period, he shot a pterodactyl and presents the wing to the journalist As the next few chapters progress it transpires that a team of three very different individuals will attempt to retrace Challenger s steps to visit this plateau that seems to have ignored the laws of science that the rest of the world s environments have adhered to In Sherlock Holmes, the brilliant characters take the concepts from being good to often phenomenal The same is true here The trio attempting this escapade which has been mostly ridiculed by the science community as nothing but fancy and absurd , are Malone, adventurer, andexploration expert Lord John Roxton, and Challenger disparager and rival Professor Summerlee They also have Zambo who is described as a negro Hercules and he acts as their ian guide The beginning of the novel runs at a steady pace as the characters are introduced, foundations are set and the plan is set in motion It really gets going when the ensemble reaches the infamous plateau If I had to summarise this tale in a few words it would be a gripping and rip roaring adventure It features suspense, betrayals, surprising revelations, horror, and elements of mystery Add into the mix a plethora of dinosaurs including Iguanadons, Allosaurus Plesiosaurus amongst many other assumed extinct species Doyle must have done an immense amount of research for The Lost World regarding the science of the Jurassic period and also of his current day Throughout, the story never comes across as if it was a dull science text Complex discussions about plants, creatures, and the environment are often humorous as Professor Challenger and Professor Summerlee debate the facts very rarely agreeing with each other s hypothesis The players also end up in the middle of a war fought between ape people and the indigenous tribes of this raised island The novel also features amazing set pieces that appear as bewildering yet exhilarating for the characters to behold as they were for me to read There is always the nagging doubt in the back of the ensemble s minds about how on earth they are going to escape the plateau and if they are sitting on one of science s greatest ever discoveries that the world will be oblivious to if they don t succeed and return to London But surely no man had just such a day since the world began Simply put, this is one of my favourite stories from when I started reading properly It will always have a special place in my heart and I m sure I ll read it again in another seven years An absolute classic.James Tivendale


  4. Evgeny Evgeny says:

    A young reporter Ed Malone was madly in love The woman he loved told him he would only have a chance with her if he did something really heroic The most heroic action his editor could think of was to send him to interview Professor Challenger notorious for throwing the reporters out of his house literally throwing out Initially poor Malone repeated the previous experience of his colleagues, but he managed to pacify the professor to tell him his story The main idea was that the guy claimed A young reporter Ed Malone was madly in love The woman he loved told him he would only have a chance with her if he did something really heroic The most heroic action his editor could think of was to send him to interview Professor Challenger notorious for throwing the reporters out of his house literally throwing out Initially poor Malone repeated the previous experience of his colleagues, but he managed to pacify the professor to tell him his story The main idea was that the guy claimed he found a a remote place in ian jungle where prehistoric animals read dinosaurs still lived To make a long story short an expedition was formed to check the location and our reporter realized this might be exactly the opportunity to do the heroics, so he became one of the volunteers This book is supposed to be a classic adventure so I will not spoil much when I say that the expedition really found what they were looking for This might be not the first book to use the lost world troupe, but it is most famous Everything one expects to find in a classic adventure is here last minute escapes, mysterious jungle, testosterone overload, people trying to shoot any animal in sight, and just pure undiluted fun perfect for getting out of a book slump caused by reading too many mediocre books in a row The first half of the book takes place entirely in London Usually in such books this is the most boring part, but not here The character of Professor Challenger alone successfully carried this whole part by himself This says something about the quality of the way he was written Then again what did you expect from the creator of Sherlock Holmes The narrator Malone comes out as a decent character as well, but he is to Professor exactly what Doctor Watson is to his famous friend lost in the shadow of a great person.I can also mention political correctness there is none , racism if you read the book looking for it, you will find it, but I personally liked the way most non white people were shown fearless and loyal , sexism again there is no strong women in here meaning none which can beat the crap out of any dinosaur using her martial arts skill If you are the type of person who read old books to find something to be offended at, this one can provide you a lot of material If you keep your mind open never forgetting when the book was written, it really does not have any of the things as hey saw them in Victorian England I mentioned above


  5. Jan-Maat Jan-Maat says:

    Silly bad A surprisingly dull updating of Journey to the centre of the Earth view spoiler or possibly the assuredly illegitimate offspring of Journey and King Somon s Minesor possibly the line of decent goes through both hide spoiler with extra racism,dinosaurs, and guns Surprisingly from the author of Sherlock Holmes, in which the stories although sometimes always somewhat silly and contrived tend to have a certain cleverness to them, one has to wonder when a party of travellers Silly bad A surprisingly dull updating of Journey to the centre of the Earth view spoiler or possibly the assuredly illegitimate offspring of Journey and King Somon s Minesor possibly the line of decent goes through both hide spoiler with extra racism,dinosaurs, and guns Surprisingly from the author of Sherlock Holmes, in which the stories although sometimes always somewhat silly and contrived tend to have a certain cleverness to them, one has to wonder when a party of travellers in possession of a 150 foot rope find a forty foot chasm uncrossable and indeed start to prepare a hydrogen balloon before other alternatives suggest themselves precisely a convenient cave system that allows the adventurers to exit the plateau of prehistoric Sussex but not any of the prehistoric creatures, who fortunately I guess suffer from extreme shyness or claustrophobia.One basic problem is that the premise of the story is a good deal less interesting that one thinks at first mostly because we may be familiar with many films in which dinosaurs chase people and other exciting things happen like seeing women wearing furry bikinis However if we imagine the story man takes a walk and sees a cat , and then substitute the word cat for dinosaur, perhaps we see the problem that Conan Doyle faced, it s actually not very interesting As much as it hurts me down to the fingers which glued together airfix model dinosaurs in childhood, the simple fact of a dinosaur does not have intrinsic interest to sustain a novel even such a short one, or if it has, Conan Doyle doesn t mange to find it So the story runs as follows Dinosaurs still exist, no they don t, yes they do, well let s go and have a look and check, assemble a team to do so, arrive see dinosaurs And then what Conan Doyle s response is to introduce the fearsome Ape man, the mysterious missing link, and borrow from King Solomon s Mines actually referenced in story with full savage versus savage battle action and European with their rifles worshipped as living gods view spoiler Conan Doyle borrows pretty shamelessly from Rider Haggard Professor Challenger is drawn close to Henry Curtis and the plot of a secret land isolated from civilisation is suspiciously similar hide spoiler And it gets worse or better depending on your point of view Creatures the characters don t like are described as filthy and their extermination as cleansing It s incontrovertible, purely a question of hygiene, well the 20th century was just beginning and this mode of thinking had manymiles to go before it reached the end of that road What is mildly amusing here is that the species who will meet this fate are part of the Lost World a treasury of massive scientific value, the scientists characters are however as happy as everybody else to tidy up nature and kill, kill, kill Native south American Indians apparently will intrinsically react to Europeans by carrying the European s luggage even if they share no common language or means of communication Half breeds are treacherous and unpleasant ie transgressive in every way, while pure Indians are peaceable and obedient There is a black man employed as a servant, he is loyal like a dog , very strong and somewhat stupid, Conan Doyle calls him Zambo which is as close as you can get to Sambo as possible, the kind of name you dream up with the assistance of your lawyers when trying to avoid copy write infringement.The story suddenly with the introduction of diamonds at the end reminded me of How to read Donald Duck the point of adventures, and the purpose of the rest of the world, is wealth wealth which only Europeans can profit from this is the biggest deviation from Verne s Journey to the centre of the earthConan Doyle takes exactly the same dynamic of by the book scientist vs the adventurer who prefers practical demonstration, but strips the charm from the relationship and adds to the aggression and violence, adds a bargain basement version of Allan Quartermain and a journalist in the spirit of the times The journalist is the story s narrator, Conan Doyle isn t sure how to use him a couple of chapters are written as though letters sent by him to London, while the rest aren t and there is no communication possible with the Imperial capital so there is simply a continuous narrative Conan Doyle adds a lengthly let s get the heroes together sequence this is rather dull and silly and when the adventurers do reach the dinosaurs they arelifeless than the displays in the Natural History Museum, no wonder they became extinct.Verne is a master of incident to impel the story forward, Conan Doyle isn t Part of the problem is that his heroes are Britons and representatives of the master race and so can t be seen to be inferior, and therefore can t get lost Even the Irishman is played straight even if he comes across as a bit lazy and uneducated, when he does something uniquely stupid going for a midnight stroll in dinosaur country when Conan Doyle s dinosaurs it has been established, are nocturnal hunters if all works out for the best as well I don t want to spoil everything unlike the map added to the text which gives away great chunks of the narrative Dull Imperialist story, but on the up side Rule Britannia Also reading here Professor Challenger and his wife view spoiler she is literally put in her place, on a narrow pedestal five foot off the ground hide spoiler , one feels with relief how good it is that Sherlock Holmes was celibate though admittedly we ve only Dr Watson s word for it , and coming to think of it it is a bit suspicious how much of his time he spends round with Holmes rather than practising medicine or does Watson actual earn his money by selling drugs to Holmes The story shows that Conan Dolye was a good writer of genre short stories but struggled with the novel as a form This one is all one idea what if prehistoric Sussex existed on a south American plateau in the present day But it is an idea which quickly doesn t get very far without the introduction of perfectly horrid ape men


  6. Jason Koivu Jason Koivu says:

    Who doesn t wish dinosaurs weren t still around Well, maybe not the big bitey ones, but how cool would that be Hell, I d even take the huge, face ripping ones too if it were an all or nothing deal I figure a little survival of the fittest would do this world good Since that s not likely to happen during my lifetime, I ll console myself with movies and books The Lost World is a good place to be for those of us looking to get lost in a dino world This is a forerunner of the what if history Who doesn t wish dinosaurs weren t still around Well, maybe not the big bitey ones, but how cool would that be Hell, I d even take the huge, face ripping ones too if it were an all or nothing deal I figure a little survival of the fittest would do this world good Since that s not likely to happen during my lifetime, I ll console myself with movies and books The Lost World is a good place to be for those of us looking to get lost in a dino world This is a forerunner of the what if history throwbacks to the Jurassic period Being an older work it suffers for the style of the day Sometimes writing styles of various eras aren t all that bad, but this one s no good Nothing kills the momentum, surprise and thrill of reading when the author preempts a thrilling surprise scene by announcing that a thrilling surprise happened and I m about to tell you about it Damn it man, we can decide if it s thrilling, and further, do you even know what a surprise is Arthur Conan Doyle did better work with his Sherlock series This book is a fun adventure, but it s not a great read The set up takes a while The action moves a bit and the stakes are fairly high, but a bit and fairly shouldn t be the descriptives used to describe this


  7. Whispering Stories Whispering Stories says:

    Book Reviewed by Clive on www.whisperingstories.comAfter his initial success Conan Doyle spent much of his literary career trying to break free from Sherlock Holmes but public pressure and the need for a good income kept the two inexorably bound His historical novels found little success but he achievedwith his science fiction adventures of which The Lost World was by far the most successful And rightly so This tale of a hidden world is full of action with many mysteries to ponder Just Book Reviewed by Clive on www.whisperingstories.comAfter his initial success Conan Doyle spent much of his literary career trying to break free from Sherlock Holmes but public pressure and the need for a good income kept the two inexorably bound His historical novels found little success but he achievedwith his science fiction adventures of which The Lost World was by far the most successful And rightly so This tale of a hidden world is full of action with many mysteries to ponder Just imagine the excitement of the readers of Strand Magazine as they waited for the next episode of the story to be published just what creatures or predicaments would our heroes meet next As far as I know Conan Doyle never travelled up theHe obtained his knowledge from other people s accounts but his descriptions of the jungle are excellent and help to build the tension before they even reach the site of the lost world.Despite the age of the book and the language of the time I found it easy to read Having the story written in the first person helped to maintain the tension and fear.The principle characters are those one would expect from an action story of that time, the relatively innocent narrator, the two irascible professors and everybody s favourite, the all action Lord John Roxton sportsman, world explorer, British gentleman and all round good egg The sort of character that we have seen parodied countless times.I was expecting action and mysterious creatures but my surprise was Conan Doyle s humour In particular I found myself laughing out loud at the chapter describing the lecture at the start of the book To use the vernacular of the time the inaudible chairman was an absolute hoot.For several reasons The Lost World could not be written today With the benefit of current knowledge it is hard to believe that such a mix of fauna could exist together in such a relatively small space Also, any modern book would have a balanced mix of gender and race whereas here we have four upper class English male explorers, some Native South American bearers, a loyal negro servant and just two very stereotypical female characters with very minor roles.As is usual for Alma Classics there are a few pages of useful notes to explain some of the references to contemporary persons and literature The cover has an outline drawing of what must be Lord John in jodhpurs and pith helmet, looking up at pterodactyls flying above.The book has a lively ending and promisedadventures for the leading characters which Conan Doyle fulfilled with several short stories and another book The Lost World brightened up a couple of dull post Christmas days and for sheer ripping yarn entertainment I have awarded five stars


  8. Dannii Elle Dannii Elle says:

    The Lost World was, in theory, very similar to the later Michael Crichton creation of the same name but, in reality, was a very different beast indeed Both involved the discovery of dinosaurs and both focused on characters journeying into their midst, only to find their small and inconsequential figures dwarfed and endangered by a new, dominant foe.What I found most disappointing about this novel asides from the prevalent racism, sexism, and every other sort of prejudice that was rife in ficti The Lost World was, in theory, very similar to the later Michael Crichton creation of the same name but, in reality, was a very different beast indeed Both involved the discovery of dinosaurs and both focused on characters journeying into their midst, only to find their small and inconsequential figures dwarfed and endangered by a new, dominant foe.What I found most disappointing about this novel asides from the prevalent racism, sexism, and every other sort of prejudice that was rife in fiction published during this time period was the drawn out events that occurred before the first dino sighting even occurred This was such a slim volume and I felt the entire first half unnecessarily prolonged for the limited necessary information it imparted.Once the ancient beasts were then discovered, they even then featured on the page very rarely and, instead, much of this focused on the native humans of the land surrounding them The interactions between the central travelling cast and the native individuals was, I feel, distasteful to a modern day reader and reeked of severe racism and Western superiority.The adventure to get to these new lands and the harrowing journey as they attempted to return from it were of interest and I can say I enjoyed many aspects of this story but, as a whole, there was far too little to fully enrapture my attention I ll stick with Holmes


  9. Erin *Proud Book Hoarder* Erin *Proud Book Hoarder* says:

    3.5 rating So tomorrow we disappear into the unknown This account I am transmitting down the river by canoe, and it may be our last word to those who are interested in our fate Ironically the first part was better than when the actual adventure started I think it s because the writer did not indulge in so much descriptive rambling and lengthy pauses during the build up, which allowed that part of the story to shine triumphantly with humor, quirky characters, and fun motivations.I loved the 3.5 rating So tomorrow we disappear into the unknown This account I am transmitting down the river by canoe, and it may be our last word to those who are interested in our fate Ironically the first part was better than when the actual adventure started I think it s because the writer did not indulge in so much descriptive rambling and lengthy pauses during the build up, which allowed that part of the story to shine triumphantly with humor, quirky characters, and fun motivations.I loved the protagonist and Professor Challenger eventually I ended up enjoying the four main travelers, but those two were the most fun Challenger was especially thrilling with his brutish humor, fearsome reputation, and kinship with the ape people I laughed aloud a few times, which I didn t expect when I first dared to pick this one up While the adventure part was full action adventure mode, descriptive, creative and chilling, sometimes it left my interest in the dust The story became long winded and downright dull for many parts It has all the winning tropes testosterone overload as the men bond and pair against each other, trying to one up each other s stories and heroics betrayals in the group adventures where people escape at the nick of time heroes not believed until they show evidence that leaves no doubt comedy and adventure mixed as one Unfortunately it s a little too action packed at times, but overall it s still deserving of its classic reputation and will live on


  10. kwesi 章英狮 kwesi 章英狮 says:

    I don t like to end the book so soon, I really love this book although I expected something gorier like dinosaur killing the whole tribe or cannibals eat human flesh Still, I did love this book in many ways and as long as I live I ll treasure this book forever Hey, stop looking to me like that I can still remember all the things I read from the book Amen.The whole journey started when a Gazette Irish journalist named, Malone, went go straight to the house of notorious Professor Challenged cl I don t like to end the book so soon, I really love this book although I expected something gorier like dinosaur killing the whole tribe or cannibals eat human flesh Still, I did love this book in many ways and as long as I live I ll treasure this book forever Hey, stop looking to me like that I can still remember all the things I read from the book Amen.The whole journey started when a Gazette Irish journalist named, Malone, went go straight to the house of notorious Professor Challenged claims that dinosaurs exist To give them proof the scientist sent away a team and of course himself to journey that they won t regret forever that talks about surviving, extinction and friendship But when they went home, a sudden change of fate is waiting for themThis is a good book and reminds me of The Time Machine It has the same narration with the book and the story was kind of documentation by letters of their journey through the land of extinction There are boring parts in the book and mostly those parts are in the beginning before they left Anyway, I recommend this book to everyone who loves to read Arthur Conan Doyle s works and people who love prehistoric animals.As a science student I have problem regarding the usage of a scientific name on chapter 8 About Nuttonia vexillaria said to be a rare plant and the second word must start in small letters to follow the rules regarding naming a plant But I m not sure if the plant was in Latin because I did a research online and can t find the plant.Another unconditional moment on the book was the fight between the Indian tribe and the Ape men I was so shock that I can t stop reading that part that I want to know what happened to them and in the end, my heart broke into pieces and nobody can help but to observe the real meaning of extinction It was a great example and I think most of the readers find it interesting since it has a symbol of how things extinct in real world.If you don t like spoiler please don t continue.I also find the naming of the Lake funny and what happened to him and to the girl in the near end I was so ashamed of him being too young minded bout love and so on Although romance did not emphasize in the book, it happens that it was so funny that it keeps on popping in my head The right part, they did not even proved everyone that dinosaurs exist and it was the best thing happened than killing extinct animals for selfish rights.When Lord Roxton mentioned the blue gay, I have this feeling that diamonds exist from them It was simple, I watch movies adopted from the book and they usually surrounded by blue clay or sand and same with the other books I read such as Sidney Sheldon s Master of the Game And why I mentioned it, because everyone had their chance to make their dreams come true in the end After a cup of coffee or tea, all their hard work payed in a very surprising way.Review posted on Old Fashioned Reader.Rating The Lost World by Arthur Conan Doyle, 4 SweetsChallenges Book 256 for 2011


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