3 edition of Orinoco adventure found in the catalog.
|Statement||illustrated with photoraphs by the author.|
|LC Classifications||F2223 .A3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||281|
|LC Control Number||54005367|
Day 1: Arrive to Bogota, transfer to 4* Marriott Courtyard hotel and overnight. Day 2: Commercial flight to Puerto Carreño and onwards by 4 x 4 to Camp 1. Days 3 - 4: Fish for two days for Payara and Sardinata on the Rio Orinoco Day 5 - Move to Camp 2 up the Rio Tuparro and fish for Peacock Bass (and other species) for seven days Day Move back to the Orinoco and fish . The author traveled alone and took his own photographs. This is the same book as the American edition published by Doubleday under the title, "Orinoco Adventure". This English version is slightly smaller, has fewer pages (though the text is unabridged), and contains eight photographs less than the American version. Neither version is common.
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Out of 5 stars ORINOCO ADVENTURE - JAN 6 Reviewed in the United States on January 6, I liked it overall. Elaine Harper gives Tom and Juanita kind of a big finale at the end which kind of makes up for them not being together for a lot of the book.
It was fun. I am 17 and I love these books from the 80's.3/5(1). The book races to an explosive finale with a life-or-death pursuit down the serpentine tributaries of the mighty Orinoco. In the words of thriller master Len Deighton, "a riveting read!" Orinoco will surprise and delight readers who enjoy thrillers, including action adventure, terrorist thrillers and corporate thrillers/5(96).
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Acebes, Hector. Orinoco adventure. New York, Doubleday, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Orinoco Adventure by Elaine Harper; 1 edition; First published in Orinoco Adventure | Open Library. Set in a world both ravishing and filled with peril from nature and man, Orinoco is Orinoco adventure book novel of lively adventure and romance, ending in a high-voltage chase with a masterfully ironic and satisfying twist.).
Read more. Product details /5(91). Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Orinoco Adventure by Elaine Harper, December 1. The Liberation of South America. Waterton's view: Canning's new republics, which have arisen out of the former Spanish Transatlantic empire, may have tended to enrich a few needy adventurers from Europe; but, to the natives in general, they have proved a mighty curse. George Canning was born in London on 11th April, In the Prime Minister William.
The literary limitations of Senor Acebes' account of his explorations in Colombia, Ecuador, and Venezuela are forgotten in the highly fascinating contents, as he takes us into the never- never land of the llanos the jungle, the Orinoco. Senor Acebes began his romance with the dangerous unknown at fifteen, inwhen he shunned a peaceful summer at home in Bogota for the.
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In Trouble Again: A Journey Between Orinoco and the Amazon the danger in the adventure, though I wonder if this isn't really a cover for his lack of understanding of the people around him.
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Nádherné Orinoco book. Read 15 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Jules Verne () was the first author to popularize the lit /5(15). ORINOCO is a novel of high-voltage adventure and romance, ending in a deadly chase with a masterfully ironic and satisfying twist.
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Orinoco adventure / illus. with photos. by the author Doubleday New York Australian/Harvard Citation. Acebes, Hector. Orinoco adventure / illus. with photos. by the author Doubleday New York. Wikipedia Citation. Click to read more about Orinoco Adventure (First Love from Silhouette, No ) by Elaine Harper.
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