H. Rider Haggard’s most famous pulp hero
When the president of the First National Bank of Durban dies mysteriously consumed by flames, a beautiful Zulu woman named Izula approaches hunter-guide Allan Quatermain with a fantastic tale. She believes the cause of the man’s death, and those of others, is the legendary Impundulu, better known as the Lightning Bird.
Quatermain reluctantly agrees to help her and with the aid of his friend, Sean Finnegan, they launch an expedition eastward to the Grootslang Kloof located in the Soutpansberg Mountains. It is here, the mysterious forest of Thathe, surrounding Lake Fundudzi, that Izula hopes to find the malevolent witch doctor she believes is controlling the Impundulu.
The trail leads them a hidden city now ruled by a sadistic Portuguese trader. To free the enslaved populace and defeat him, Quatermain and his companions will have to confront an evil as old as time itself. Here is H. Rider Haggard’s most famous pulp hero in a brand new, action-packed novel that will have pulp fans cheering.
“Wayne Carey’s work is true to the spirit of Haggard’s character in every way,” says Airship 27 Productions’ Managing Editor, Ron Fortier. Carey’s first Quatermain novel, “The Beast Men,” was released earlier this year to critical success. “Even the good people of the Rider Haggard Society applauded Carey’s ability to portray the hero authentically,” adds Fortier.
Writer Wayne Carey Whips Up a Thrilling Old-Fashioned Adventure Yarn Featuring One of the Most Endearing Heroes in All of Literature. “Allan Quatermain & tThe Lightning Bird,” Is Pure Pulp Action From Start to Finish. Read by Roberto Scarlato.
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