|H. Rider Haggard
The People of the Mist is a thrilling adventure novel by H. Rider Haggard, published in 1894. It is the sequel to Haggard's classic novel, King Solomon's Mines, and follows Allan Quatermain, the world-famous hunter and explorer, on a new adventure to the heart of Africa.
In this installment, Quatermain is hired by a wealthy man to find his missing son, who is rumored to be living with a lost tribe in the mist-shrouded mountains of Africa. Quatermain is joined on his quest by his old friend, Sir Henry Curtis, and a young man named Harry Holt, who is eager to prove himself in the eyes of his idol.
The three men embark on a perilous journey that takes them through dense jungles, treacherous mountains, and hostile territory. Along the way, they face many dangers, including wild animals, hostile tribes, and the mysterious People of the Mist.
The People of the Mist are a powerful and secretive tribe who live in harmony with nature. They are led by a charismatic leader known as the "Child of the Mist". Quatermain and his companions soon learn that the People of the Mist are in danger from a group of ruthless ivory poachers who are determined to exploit their resources.
Quatermain and his companions must use all of their skills and cunning to defeat the poachers and save the People of the Mist. Along the way, they discover the secrets of the lost tribe and learn the true meaning of courage and sacrifice.
The People of the Mist is a classic adventure novel that is full of action, suspense, and exotic locales. It is a must-read for fans of H. Rider Haggard and Allan Quatermain.
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