|Statement||by Dock Hogue ; illustrated by Kurt Wiese|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.H6845 Bco 1951|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||152 p. :|
|Number of Pages||152|
Bob Clifton, Elephant Hunter, Bob Clifton, Jungle Traveler, Bob Clifton, Congo Crusader, and Bob Clifton, African Planter. Some tight-packed action is squeezed into the rather elementary framework of this story of the Belgian Congo. A sequel to Bob Clifton, Elephant Hunter, this follows the adventures of seventeen-year-old Bob on his father's plantation. After his father had crash-landed with others near the supposedly friendly Ebondi tribe, Bob follows their trail, after falling into a tiger pit and escaping. This book should be read in tandem with "Reagan's War" by Peter Schweizer - in fact, if they had teamed up to write one book, it would be a stellar, stellar book. Schweizer's book focuses a lot on Reagan's time as SAG President in Hollywood, more so than this one, /5(47). Crusader is not your typical young-adult book. For one thing, it's five hundred ninety-one pages long, and with the intense, dynamic writing style of the ingeniously endowed Edward Bloor, that length makes for a roller coaster ride of impossibly unpredictable twists and turns, red herrings and shocking secrets revealed at each step along the way, going and going until one might think that it /5.
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