4 edition of lost oasis found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PR9199.3.R587 L67 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||383 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||383|
|LC Control Number||95172081|
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The Lost Oasis tells the true story behind The English Patient. An extraordinary episode in World War II, it describes the Zerzura Club, a group of desert explorers and adventurers who indulged in desert travel by early-model-motor cars and airplanes, and who searched for lost desert oases and ancient cities of vanished civilizations/5(10).
In The lost Oasis, #6 in the Bantam Series, creator Robeson keeps most of the suspense and action for the last one-third of the book. This is unlike most of the other tales, where action is maintained throughout, usually in the guise of one or more of Doc's team of adventurers in life-threatening peril/5(6).
In The lost Oasis, #6 in the Bantam Series, creator Robeson keeps most of the suspense and action for the last one-third of the book. This is unlike most of the other tales, where action is maintained throughout, usually in the guise of one or more of Doc's team of adventurers in life-threatening peril/5(2).
The Lost Oasis tells the true story behind The English Patient. An extraordinary episode in World War II, it describes the Zerzura Club, a group of desert explorers and adventurers who indulged in desert travel by early-model-motor cars and airplanes, and who searched for lost desert oases and ancient cities of vanished civilizations/5.
Lost Oasis is a dark, fast-paced adventure thriller that takes the reader on two unique safaris 2, years apart, through a surreal, malevolent desert where they encounter friendship and betrayal, ambition and oblivion, discovery and loss, joy and terror, love and death/5(26).
Lost Oasis is a collection of poetry that ranges from intense emotion, erotic imagination, to far reaching metaphoric animalistic description and stirs the soul into compelling absorption. Get A 5/5. The Lost Oasis begins with Doc, who had been away at his Fortress of Solitude, investigating a $1 million reward promised to anyone who can find him.
Someone else is after the people hunting for Doc, however, murdering two men with a strange flying creature that very nearly does Doc in, and kidnapping the lovely young woman seeking his aid/5.
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It makes you wonder what the point of the book was-there is not lost oasis and I think he knew that to begin with, but he needed a goal or frame of reference to get him into the /5.
The Lost Oasis, a Doc Savage novel by Kenneth Robeson (Lester Dent), Septembertakes place largely in Zerzura. The Hidden Oasis (Bantam Books, ) by Paul Sussman. An intelligent modern-day archaeology thriller. A lost work is a document, literary work, or piece of multimedia produced some time in the past, of which no surviving copies are known to exist.
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With a few tweaks, Lost Oasis could have been a novel with particular interest in the flaws and idiosyncracies of its first-person narrator. As a travelogue, however, it doesn't quite stand up. Michael Asher (born ) is an author, historian, deep ecologist and notable desert explorer who has covered more t miles on foot and camel.
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Decem Followers: Kitab al Kanuz (sometimes called The Book of Hidden Pearls) is a lost medieval Arabic manuscript from the 15th century, supposedly a treasure hunter's guide noted for its mention of the Zerzura oasis. The author is unknown as well as the exact date of the manuscript's existence, but it is certain that it first appeared in the 15th century.
The lost oasis of Zerzura is intertwined with ancient Greek myth and the army sent by Cambyses II that never reached its destination, as the action moves from the s BC to the s.
Good historical detail is mixed with sharply drawn characters and fantastic, thrilling action sequences that are cinematic in scope. A cracking read/5(23). While seeking to solve the mystery of "the trained vampire murders," Doc Savage and his amazing crew suddenly find themselves prisoners of Sol Yuttal and Hadi-Mot aboard a hijacked Zeppelin.
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Explorers found many unknown oases mentioned in Wilkinson’s book, but they didn’t find the legendary Zerzura itself. Count Ladislas (Lazlo) de Almasy, who one of the best pilots in the Hungarian airforce heard the legend of a fabulous lost oasis of Zerzura.
He became determined to find it. Almasy’s research in ancient Greek and Arabic texts and native tales convinced him that the lost oasis lay somewhere on the Gilf Kebir, a Switzerland-size massif deep in the Sahara along the Libyan border.
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The greatest of these was the legendary oasis of Zerzura. An anonymous 15th century Arabic treasure seekers guide, "Kitab al Kdnuz" (The Book of Hidden Pearls) describes Zerzura as a whitewashed city of the desert on whose gate is carved a bird.
the treasure seeker is advised to "take with your hand the key in the beak of the bird, then open. Buy a cheap copy of The Lost Oasis, a Doc Savage Adventure book.
Free shipping over $ Get this from a library. The lost oasis: a Doc Savage adventure. [Kenneth Robeson] -- While seeking to solve the mystery of the trained vampire murders, Doc Savage and his crew suddenly find themselves prisoners of Sol Yuttal and Hadi-Mot aboard a hijacked Zeppelin.
Their deadly. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hassanein, Ahmed Mohammed, Lost oasis. London, T. Butterworth  (OCoLC) Document Type. Hear lost Oasis track 'Don't Stop,' which Noel Gallagher found while quarantine cleaning this link is to an external site that may or may not meet accessibility guidelines.
Order of Doc Savage Books Doc Savage is the protagonist in a series of action-adventure pulp fiction novels written under the house name of Kenneth Robeson. The character was created by Henry Ralston, John Nanovic and Lester Dent (who wrote the majority of the novels in the series’ original run).
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Perfect for family or group gatherings. Get this from a library. The lost oasis: a novel. [Patrick Roscoe] -- The effect of a mother's absence on children who are on the move.
After she is confined to a mental home, they follow the father's teaching jobs to Asia, Africa, Latin America. Without a mother for. Doc Savage #6 - The Lost Oasis (Bantam #F) ROBESON, KENNETH (House pseudonym used Here By Harold Davis & Lester Dent) Published by Bantam Books, New York, NY, USA.
All of the original stories of Doc Savage were reprinted in paperback by Bantam Books between the ’s to ’s, and the series features over hundred books with The Whisker of Hercules marking the last book in the series.
The reprints by Bantam Book garnered success, and an adaptation of the books into movies began almost immediately.
Books like “The Lost Oasis” are why we’re still talking about Doc Savage some 70 years later. What a blast. The last half of this little masterpiece has more action, suspense and thrills than anything writers are putting out today.
What’s more fun than a knife fight on a zeppelin and what other Doc novel has a better villain death. The Lost Oasis Patrick Roscoe, Author McClelland & Stewart $ (p) ISBN Buy this book.
Roscoe (Love Is Starving for Itself) has a smooth style, but there is a whole lot of. Lost Oasis is a dark, fast-paced adventure thriller that takes the reader on two unique safaris 2, years apart, through a surreal, malevolent desert where they encounter friendship and betrayal, ambition and oblivion, discovery and loss, joy and terror, love and death/5(23).
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But it got better and better as the plot developed. Plenty of interesting and exciting events took place, and by the end, my attention was rapt, as seems to be the case when I read any Doc Savage adventure/5(4). In a remote part of the Sahara, Doc and friends battle Sol Yuttal, Hadi-Mot, carnivorous plants, and vampire bats for a fortune in diamonds.
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