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Henry Rider Haggard

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. . .Rest or Lydenburg to make report of the nefarious deeds of the said Basutos, but at best it would have taken one or two days, and possibly I should have been detained by officials who never consider any one's time except their own.

This meant that I should have been obliged to leave Anscombe alone, which I did not wish to do, so I just sat still and, as I have said, was intensely bored, hanging about the place and smoking more than was good for me.

In due course Anscombe emerged on to the stoep, where he lay with his leg up, and was also bored, especially after he had tried to pump old Marnham about his past in the Guards and completely failed. It was in this mood of utter dejection that we agreed to play a game of cards one evening. Not that either of us cared for cards; indeed, personally, I have always detested them because, with various-coloured counters to represent money which never passed, they had formed one of the afflictions of my y. . . Read More

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This is the Last of the Trilogy in the Zulu wars. This is a great read full of adventure.

I really enjoy the Quatermain books. This one weaves Quatermain into the demise of the Zulu nation. Even though Quatermain ends up being a pawn in the hands of the witch-doctor Zukali (The Opener of Roads) he is very relatable.

This is the best if the Alan Quartermain books, at least that I have read to date. it is the third book of the story, but can be read as a stand alone story. I do suggest that you do read this series of stories as written by the author, as it does provide for the greatest enjoyment of this timeless

Прекрасная памятью, ужасная кровожадностью, империя зулусов катилась к закату. Она была обречена подпасть под власть британской короны, стоило англичанам проявить насущный интерес к южной оконечности Африки. У власти над объединением племён тогда стоял последний из независимых верховных правителей (

The final volume in Haggard's Zulu Trilogy balances between the realistic and the spiritual, albeit ultimately siding with the latter towards book's end. While it contains the final history of the undoing of the Zulu Empire and King Cetewayo, it allows its vivid battle scenes, which dominated the ea

The third and final novel in the Zulu trilogy, this covers the Anglo Zulu War (in which two of my Great-Great-Grandfathers fought) and ends with the overthrow of the Zulu Royal House and the subjugation of the country by the British Empire. Many historical characters have walk on parts here, and are

very good but a bit long !

Finished reading 'Finished' :-) This is the third book in the Zulu trilogy within the Allan Quatermain series, the other two being 'Marie' and 'Child of Storm'. I did not have much expectations from this book and planned to read it in order to preserve the continuity of the Allan Quatermain series (

"Finished" comprises the third book in H. Rider Haggard's so-called Zulu trilogy, the first two novels being "Marie" and "Child of Storm." This is a magnificent set of books that deals with the downfall of the Zulu people, as personally witnessed by Allan Quatermain, the hero of 14 of Haggard's nove

How the last Zulu king and his Zulu kingdom was defeated by the English army.

Previous Zulu kings killed witch Zikali's family members & his whole tribe. So Zikali wanted a revenge on the Zulu kingdom. Zikali suggested the Zulu king, his advisors, generals to attack the English army rather sending pe

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