The Abandoned Country; Or, Frank Reade, Jr., Exploring A New Continent

By: Luis Senarens
Published By: Double9 Books
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"The Abandoned Country" by Luis Senarens is a compelling but pretty obscure work that showcases the writer's skills for crafting resourceful narratives. While Senarens is usually famend for his dime novels and pioneering contributions to technology fiction, this unique ebook stays a lesser-acknowledged gem in his literary repertoire. In "The Abandoned Country," Senarens probably takes readers on a resourceful adventure, harnessing his storytelling prowess to craft a fascinating story. While unique details about the e book's content material are restricted, you will count on factors of journey, innovation, and perhaps even a hint of technological know-how fiction, which might be feature of Senarens' writing. As a prolific creator of his time, Senarens had a knack for combining creative storytelling with popular issues that resonated with readers. His works often featured strong characters and inventive eventualities that transported readers to other worlds and saved them eagerly turning the pages. While "The Abandoned Country" won't revel in the same stage of reputation as a number of Senarens' other works, it surely reflects the spirit of creativity and journey that made him a celebrated parent within the international of nineteenth-century famous literature. This e-book remains a testament to his storytelling legacy, presenting readers a glimpse into the creative geographical regions he crafted together with his words.

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Luis Senarens

Luis Philip Senarens (April 24, 1863 – December 26, 1939) was an American dime novelist who specialized in science fiction and was dubbed "the American Jules Verne" at one point. enarens was raised in Brooklyn by a Cuban-American family. Senarens began writing new stories in the Frank Reade adventure story series, which Harry Enton began in 1868. Senarens introduced Frank Reade, Jr. as the new protagonist. Senarens incorporated features such as electricity, airships, and helicopters, earning him the moniker "the American Jules Verne." The novels were so popular that Senarens was requested by publisher Frank Tousey to produce a similar series starring Jack Wright, the "Boy Inventor" in the 1890s. Later in the decade, Tousey founded the Frank Reade Library, a publication devoted to "invention" stories written primarily (or entirely) by Senarens under the pen name Noname. Mike Ashley refers to him as "the first prolific science fiction writer." He would go on to write almost 300 penny novels. Senarens took over as editor of the Tousey detective story magazine, Mystery Magazine, in 1917. Kit Clyde, W. J. Earle, Police Captain Howard, Noname, and Ned Sparling were all pen names used by Senarens.

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Product Details

  • Publisher: Double 9 Books
  • Publishing Year: 2023
  • Language: English
  • Paperback: 74Pages
  • ISBN-10:9359958107
  • ISBN-13:9789359958101
  • Item Weight: 111g
  • Dimension : 216 x 140 x 4.56mm
  • Country of Origin : India
  • Importer: Double 9 Books
  • Packer: Double 9 Books
  • Book Type : History / General