Safari Adventure

Safari Adventure Hal and Roger Hunt bring natives to join warden Mark Crosby in Tsavo Kenya Africa where poaching is big business He has lost of rangers to a gang leaving a blood stained trail of ter

  • Title: Safari Adventure
  • Author: Willard Price
  • ISBN: 9780099183419
  • Page: 249
  • Format: Paperback
  • Hal 19 and Roger Hunt 13 bring 30 natives to join warden Mark Crosby in Tsavo, Kenya, Africa, where poaching is big business He has lost 12 of 22 rangers to a gang leaving a blood stained trail of terror and torture The teens need to find the mysterious leader Blackbeard, before they too become victims.

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    1. A fast-paced uncomplicated adventure. Already on page three there is a description of being eaten alive by hyenas and on page 14 the pilot is rendered unconscious by a poisoned arrow, so this book is great for keeping reluctant or young readers hooked, indeed the cover says that these are the books that got Anthony Horowitz reading.This one of 14 Willard Price adventures was first published in 1966 though and it is a bit dated. There is a strong colonial flavour, but there is still plenty to enj [...]

    2. 2 boys flying to the vast plains of africa to stop the gang of poachers lead bythe ill tempered man blackbeard.Willard Price knows how to write the booksi liked the thrill and adventure in this book and i would recommend people toread his book .In my opinion i liked arctic adventure better but this is a 5star book

    3. This is an enjoyable tale about the Hunts battling poachers in Tsavo National Park. The 'mystery' of Blackbird is ill-disguised, but fun nevertheless. Themes of interest include the retreat of British colonialism and early concern for conservation.

    4. Pulling more of these (my fave series at WK) in on ILL. Love them. As the Denver Post reviewed when it came out in 1966: A cut above the average boys' serial. True.

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