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Armchair Fiction DEVIL-TREE OF EL DORADO, THE, Illustrated Edition

Armchair fiction presents extra-large paperback editions of the best in classic science fiction novels. Frank Aubrey's "The Devil-Tree of El Dorado, Illustrated Edition" is the 30th installment of our "Lost World-Lost Race Classics" series. HORROR SAT HIGH ATOP MT. RORAIMA! “The Devil-Tree of El Dorado” is one of a seemingly endless number of “Lost World-Lost Race” novels that littered bookstores from the late 1800s into the early 20th Century.  It introduces the mysterious person known only as “Monella.”  Who is he and what is the secret of his shrouded past?  Like all good Lost Race-Lost World novels, “The Devil-Tree of El Dorado” deals with an expedition to a remote corner of the Earth.  This time the target is the legendary city of Manoa, which sits high atop the seemingly unscalable Mt. Roraima in British Guiana (a real-life location).  Sitting on the pinnacle of that mountain is an unthinkable horror—a horror in the form of a fantastic man-eating tree!  

Author Frank Aubrey (aka Francis Atkins, 1847-1927) was a master at the lost race-lost World novel.  “The Devil-Tree of El Dorado” (1896) is the first of his “Monella” trilogy, followed by “A Queen of Atlantis” and “King of the Dead,” the latter of which is available from Armchair Fiction (B-53).

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