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Adventure review õ 0 ↠ [PDF] ✈ Adventure By Willard Price – Insolpro.co.uk Long Island teenagers Hal and Roger Hunt explore uncharted River with their father expert naturalist John Hunt for his exotic animal collection Someone sends an anonymous telegram so John returns Alon Long Island teenagers Hal and Roger Hunt explore uncharted River with John Hunt for his exotic animal collection Someone sends an anonymous telegram so John returns Alon. I loved these books as a child Between the school and public library I probably read all of Willard Price's Adventure books before I reached double digits Cracking stories full of exciting exploits and natural history facts So I was rereading with a little trepidation worried that the old magic wouldn't be there any However although it is a little worrying how easily the boys reach for the guns and how distasteful the idea of catching animals to sell to circuses and zoos are at the core is still an enjoyable read that takes me back to carefree younger times

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Long Island teenagers Hal and Roger Hunt explore uncharted River with their father expert naturalist. The I read of the book the I got into it It's easy to read and parts of it are really humorous The descriptions of the animals and how they acted and moved were really good some of which I had to Google to see what they looked like I feel maybe that some of the serious moments in the book were slightly overlookedI really enjoyed it though especially the ending I would never have been able to survive on a 'floating island' like Hal and Roger did

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AdventureE the boys face hostile natives dangerous rapids and wild animals and a hunchback with bloodshot eye. I'm going to rate all of the Willard Price books as four stars Not because I think they're all that special hell they're basically the works of an eco terrorism apologist but because when I was twelve they were THE BEST BOOKS I'D EVER READ I lapped them up Loved 'em