The Lost World is a novel released in 1912 by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle concerning an expedition to a plateau in the Amazon basin of South America where prehistoric animals (dinosaurs and other extinct creatures) still survive.
By W. Grey Champion
The original Jurassic Park! Top notch suspense.
Fantastic tale of adventure
I couldn’t put this down. I absolutely loved it. What a fun story and to think it came from the same author who wrote Sherlock Holmes.
I’m sure that anyone with a smidge of adventure in their life will thoroughly enjoy this wonderful story. A surprise ending is there for those that read this tale.
The lost world
This. Book should really be a great movie, true to the book, really loved it, everyone should read it.
A great read worth reading again.
By Super pursuit mode engaged
A great read . You can tell of hints at a Holmes manner in challengers talk. Ending was great
A classic forever.
Good read. Classic author did more than just Holmes
By At home in RI
This a great story. A good read. Good characters. Doyle is a great story teller.
This book is amazing and eye boggling at their adventures and thoughts. Top notch for the writings as well. Would definitely read it again and most definitely recommend reading.
Fun, charming read!
Really a lot of fun to read, especially if you are the type who dreams about living dinosaurs. Highly entertaining!
Well written, imaginative work that is just as enjoyable in this century as last.
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