Dian of the Lost Land

Dian of the Lost Land BEHIND THE WALLS OF ICE LAY THE LOST LANDThe last ravings of a man dying of a mysterious feverd the haunting hypothesis of a brilliant and obsessed scientistThese bizarre clues were all that the two e

  • Title: Dian of the Lost Land
  • Author: Edison Marshall
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 397
  • Format: Hardcover
  • BEHIND THE WALLS OF ICE LAY THE LOST LANDThe last ravings of a man dying of a mysterious feverd the haunting hypothesis of a brilliant and obsessed scientistThese bizarre clues were all that the two explorers of the unknown had to go on as their tiny plane winged high over the menacing Antarctic ice.ng for a secret valley that only one human being had everBEHIND THE WALLS OF ICE LAY THE LOST LANDThe last ravings of a man dying of a mysterious feverd the haunting hypothesis of a brilliant and obsessed scientistThese bizarre clues were all that the two explorers of the unknown had to go on as their tiny plane winged high over the menacing Antarctic ice.ng for a secret valley that only one human being had ever visited and lived to tell about ita lost world ruled by a race of creatures from the darkest depths of time, who even now might be playing out a gigantic contest between good and evil to its strange and terrible conclusion

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    About " Edison Marshall "

  • Edison Marshall

    Edison Tesla Marshall 28 August 1894, Rensselaer, Indiana 29 October 1967 Augusta, Georgia was an American short story writer and novelist.

  • 254 Comments

  • Written in 1935, this is pure pulp fiction. Contains a hidden secret area with unknown people (long thought died out) Ferocious early animals and only ancient weapons. Into this steps our hero who quickly becomes enamored of the people, place and high priestess A fun pulpy read.


  • This novel reads very much like one by Jules Verne but not of the same quality. Probably not a page-turner but it does get more interesting at the end when the Neanderthals confront the Cro-Magnon people. It qualifies as a love story but not in the contemporary romantic style--definitely off-beat. This is a reprint plagued by some ridiculous spelling and punctuation errors, but there are not enough to spoil the reading experience. Why on earth could the publisher not afford to have someone read [...]



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