• Title: Zaļais Strēlnieks
  • Author: Edgar Wallace
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 330
  • Format: None
  • Za ais Str lnieks Novin Spike Holland dostal od fredaktora za kol vyp trat zda se opravdu Zelen Lu i tn k objevil znovu na z mku Garre Zelen Lu i tn k byl skute n pov en panem de Curcym majitelem z mku Garre roku
    Novin Spike Holland dostal od fredaktora za kol vyp trat,zda se opravdu Zelen Lu i tn k objevil znovu na z mku Garre.Zelen Lu i tn k byl skute n pov en panem de Curcym majitelem z mku Garre roku 1487.Nyn j majitel z mku Garre ameri an Abe Bellamy v e pop r ,dokava nebyl zelen m pem zavra d n ob an Karel Creager ze sousedstv.Vy et ov n se uj m detektiv kapiNovin Spike Holland dostal od fredaktora za kol vyp trat,zda se opravdu Zelen Lu i tn k objevil znovu na z mku Garre.Zelen Lu i tn k byl skute n pov en panem de Curcym majitelem z mku Garre roku 1487.Nyn j majitel z mku Garre ameri an Abe Bellamy v e pop r ,dokava nebyl zelen m pem zavra d n ob an Karel Creager ze sousedstv.Vy et ov n se uj m detektiv kapit n James Feathorstone ze Scotland Yardu.A nap nav p b h pln z had m e za t.

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    1. Enjoyable, and Brings Back Old MemoriesWhat a treat! It’s been probably more than 25 years since I last picked up an Edgar Wallace novel, and – by the way – how dismally it strikes my consciousness that I am talking of a quarter of a century here, but let’s get back to the book.Now, Edgar Wallace is probably more widely known in Germany than in England, and anybody my generation will remember those Tuesday nights when the ZDF was showing those deliciously campy black and white movies – [...]

    2. A fine adventure/ghost story, but with an unfortunate amount of racism about a Eurasian character. Not unexpected in a book this age, but not nice, either.

    3. It's kinda likeYou are eleven or twelve years old. You just received a 'D' on your report card. Your teacher says, you could do better if you weren't always distracted by talking to your friends or day dreaming about sports. Your father is on a business trip. He will be back tomorrow, he doesn't know about it, .t. Your mom has not been happy.It's a week-night, it's late, way past your bed time. Your friends told you about this really neat movie on the late show. You waited until your mom went up [...]

    4. This is very good. An amoral rich man who likes to build dungeons in his house meets his match: An archer dressed entirely in green.It is actually very suspenseful. If you like Wallace, you will like this one.

    5. A long novel, by Edgar Wallace's standards, about twice as long as his usual. Lots of incident a ridiculously convoluted denunciation and great fun throughout.

    6. Like all the Edgar Wallace books I've read so far, this one has a rather convoluted plot and lots of characters who flit in and out of the story. Still it's a good read when one isn't up for more heady things. I'd likely score it a ***+, were I able to give +s or -s. This one involves revenge. Abel Bellamy is a very rich, very nasty American who has settled at Garre Castle in England. The castle has dungeons, secret passages, gun loops, all the fine features of a medieval castle. He is slowly wo [...]

    7. Now I know where Green Arrow came from. This was an interesting read, but it was far from the most exciting thing I've ever read. It's got a lot of interesting things going on, but really could have used more Green Archer and his trademark brand of justice. Oh, and the main villain is just a bastard.

    8. My father introduced me to Edgar Wallace books a long time ago and I have coveted them ever since. The Green Archer is one of his best. Love his writing style. And a GREAT mystery. VERY different from today's style in mystery writing. EMINENTLY ENJOYABLE.

    9. Politically Incorrect? Yes, but the mystery is quite a ride. So do we forget this story, rewrite it like Twain's overuse of the n word? Could that be considered as bad as Book Burnings and Banned Books? Or do we sit back and say, we've not come far, but at least we've taken a step forward.

    10. These days, many people poo-poo Edgar Wallace, but the guy could really write exciting stories. Loved this one!

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