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The Yellow God

Auhtor: Henry Rider Haggard

Language: english
Published: 1908

Genres:

fiction,  action adventure
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Review by Timothy B. Riley, January 2005


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'The Yellow God':

The Yellow Silk is a fantasy novel written by Don Bassingthwaite in 2004. It is the last book in The Rogues a series of stand-alone novels set in the Forgotten Realms fictional universe.

Excerpts from the Book 'The Yellow God':


... of it, except that it was yellow and had the general appearance of a toad. For some reason it seemed to attract Sir Robert Aylward, for he halted to ...
... dissolution notified in the Gazette. Then the transfer was signed and the cheque delivered. Well, good-bye till Saturday, said Alan when he had received the ...
... let it sound and be hanged to it, answered Alan no, I forgot -I must hurry. Jeekie, put that fire out and open all the windows as soon as I go down. ...
... me for luck, tell truth I no dare leave her behind, she not stand that and now she sit in your office and think and think and make magic there. That ...
... and uttered his favourite wind-in-the-wires whistle. Indeed, he said. I never knew that matrimony was in your line, Aylward, any more than it ...
... he turned to go. Stop a minute, Alan, said Barbara, who all this while had sat silent. I have something to say which I wish you to hear. You told us ...
... dreary occupation alone there in that great, silent room at the dead of night, one indeed with which he was soon satisfied, for somehow it reminded him ...
... I will do the same to you to the address you give. Good-bye, dearest Alan, my true and only lover. I wonder where and when we shall meet again. God be ...
... kept no cattle, it was not the custom of that tribe, except a very few for milk. Alan advised them to increase their herds, since, as he pointed out ...
... Bonsa play the game, she not want to sink in stinking swamp when so near her happy home. Come out all right somehow, as from dwarf. Every cloud have ...
... for their faces changed a little, but go they would not. The result was that Alan grew extremely nervous and ate and drank so rapidly that he scarcely ...
... some black midnight. They passed through the chief entrance of the house which had pillars of woodwork grotesquely carved, down some steps into a walled ...
... creatures had thrown themselves into the water, where they rolled over and over like wounded porpoises, till presently they sank and vanished ...
... than you can wear and, as you are still so handsome, another husband too if you like, and a garden and slaves to work for you and plenty to eat. How ...
... sterling. Then the carpenters were set to work to make a model box, which they did quickly enough and with great ingenuity, cutting the wood with ...
... should pass unmolested from the land. This done, she began to talk to Alan about many matters, however little he might answer her. Indeed it ...
... at the end of it the lagoon. Now they rested a while and held a consultation while they ate. Across that lagoon they could not escape without a canoe. Lord, ...
... old scoundrel! ejaculated Alan as he turned and bolted back towards the noise of fighting, followed by his reluctant servant. By the time that he reached ...
... yourself, was the sneering answer. Don't be afraid, Lord Aylward I shall find out everything in time. The conversation between Jeekie and the natives ...
... head wool, which stand up. It's very odd, Jeekie, replied Alan, but so do I. Well, Major, 'spect she thinking of us, specially of you, and just ...