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Posted April 14, 2009
Andrew strikes the imagination
As a big fan of Mr. Andrews, this book was a fantastic read. Not only is it exciting it stimulates your inner science geek to come out to play. Roy Chapman Andrews was the real-life Indiana Jones of the 1930's, exploring the vast, uncharted lands of the Gobi. During this work, not only did he battle Chinese bandits and visit Mongolian Princes and foreign lands, he discovered many species of Dinosaurs, birds, reptiles and lost civilizations. His writing style is capturing, witty, and provokes a laugh or two.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Anyone who wants a good real life adventure book will love this.
"There's always adventure around the corner---and the world is still full of corners!" -RCA