KINDLE [The African ueen]

  • Paperback
  • 256
  • The African ueen
  • C.S. Forester
  • English
  • 05 August 2018
  • 9780316289108

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CHARACTERS Â The African ueen C.S. Forester Ç 9 CHARACTERS READ Æ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ç C.S. Forester A classic story of adventure and romance the novel that inspired the legendary movie starring Katherine Hepburn and Humphrey Bogart A fast moving tale and a very good yarnMr Forester again and again proves himself a master of suspense New York Times Book ReviewAs World War I. In the remote German colony of East Africa now Tanzania Burundi and Rwanda comprising 7 million natives and ten thousand Europeans today 75 million they finally learn war has begun in faraway Europe this is August 1914 the most lethal conflict in history twenty years later a bigger one commences but that is another story you d think nobody cares here about distant Europewrong people bring their loyalties suspicions and loathings with them The Great Lakes area of central Africa in the Rift Valley is larger than North Americas still not many people know it exists this is where the action starts On the Ulanga River appears the African ueen a small steam powered launch owned by a Belgian gold mining corporation in the where else the Belgian Congo the only person onboard Charles Allnutt 30 is this a pun he prefers Charlie a Cockney mechanic working in the mine likes to take a drink or two for medicinal purposes only lets give him the benefit of the doubt the boat owners also do a little trading on the side flowing down the stream I say this since the wood fueled vessel s top speed is 4 knots The grubby looking man feels concern about fellow citizens the British missionary couple Samuel and sister Rose Sayer age 33 he travels to the mission to find out their situation The German campaign has just come through here destroying anything which could be a possible threat looting and capturing Africans living at the mission others fled as did the Captain s Mr Allnutt s crew all two members Ten years of hard work for nought illness and failure cause Samuel s deathThe new passenger on the African ueen has a preposterous idea insane maybe go down the dangerous Ulanga River still unmapped the patriotic lady urges the uite reluctant Englishman forget the hazards remember your duty we need to journey plenty of wood in the forests and river for fuel and initiate actionrevenge will be sweetThrough the numerous ominous rapids primeval jungles on both banks risking their lives in insect infested swamps malaria sure to follow and the always present bugs unceasing mosuitoes biting sucking your precious blood past a German fort that will give no uarter to man or woman go to fictitious Lake Wittelsach if a connection is discovered sink a well armed large gunboat the Luisa Rose surprisingly is made of harder substance than Charlie the dubious soon agrees though helping good old England to win the war The highlight is shooting the endless rapids on the wide wild river soaked to the gillsyes they have explosives and begin to really really like each other the dirtier their clothes become the little left they wear when the bodies unpleasant scents permeates the atmosphere so the affections accelerate A magnificent romantic nonsense which thrills lovers of books as a new couple form an unlikely alliance a happy ending is for the reader to imagine And I believe in happy endingsA few changes from the classic film be warned but Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn were brilliant Watching them on screen is such a pleasure and I hope the curious will read and view the two versions of this excellent product Dark Night Dawning proves himself a master of suspense New York Times Book ReviewAs World War I. 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If you do a uick scan through reviews for this book uite a number of them read something like thisthis is one case where the movie was betterI should have just stuck with the movie and not bothered with the bookThe book pales in comparison with the movieand so onThat s all fine and well Yes the movie is excellent Yes books brought to life are often much interesting than the original work itself But can t books just be reviewed on their own without having to compare them to their cinematic counterparts Or is that impossible nowadays sigh Oh well It is what it is right For now let s move alongIt s 1914 and the German Army is attempting to claim central Africa Its local leader has come to a small mission station on the Ulanga River in what was at that time known as the Belgian Congo and has taken away the converts food materials anything the Army might need to succeed The stress of it all has killed British missionary Samuel Sayer leaving his spinster sister Rose on her own Luckily she manages to convince Charlie Allnut the cockney speaking skipper of the African ueen to take her on as a passenger Her grand plan is to take this rambling wreck of a boat downriver to where the German ship K nigin Luise sits and use the explosives Charlie has stored to make the African ueen one giant floating torpedo and blow it up In her mind she ll kill two birds with one stone she ll get revenge for Samuel s death and they ll be doing their bit for England So off they go on their journey and along the way they come to learn exactly what stuff they re made of The African ueen is really character driven than plot driven focusing on Charlie and Rose but mostly on Rose Brought up in England now in her 30s Rose first lived under the thumb of her father and of English society then traded that for life with her proper missionary brother But once all of the restraints placed upon her have disappeared and have no meaning out there in the middle of the jungle Rose begins to really live for the first time Many people who have commented on this novel find her newly found freedom from such deeply instilled s a bit unrealistic and perhaps her behavior on the African ueen is a bit out of character for someone so repressed but Rose behaving badly works here And why not Her plan all along was to go down with the African ueen when it blows up the the K nigin Luise so really what has she got to lose But life like the Ulanga River takes some interesting twists and turns creates obstacles to be overcome circles back and catches Rose and Charlie in its flowThis book was written in 1935 so modern readers may find it slow going However if it is at all possible to read the book and not think of the movie and to get under the surface here there s a lot to like about it Dark Night Dawning plan Originally Die Schopenhauer-Marquet-Prozesse Und Das Preussische Recht published in 1935 The African ueen is a tale replete with vintage Forester drama unrelenting suspense reckless heroism impromptu military manoeuvres near death experiences and a good old fashioned love story to boot. 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CHARACTERS Â The African ueen C.S. Forester Ç 9 CHARACTERS READ Æ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ç C.S. Forester Reaches the heart of the African jungle Charlie Allnutt and Rose Sayer a dishevelled trader and an English spinster missionary find themselves thrown together by circumstance Fighting time heat malaria and bullets they make their escape on the rickety steamboat The African. view spoilerBettie s BooksThe rating any status updates and those bookshelves indicate my feelings for this book hide spoiler