The most intriguing character from the action pulps returns! This thrill-a-minute new edition is not merely a reprint of that solo 1938 classic but a brand-new relaunch of this long-forgotten pulp hero. Captain Hazzard travels the world in search of action and adventure, accompanied by his team: Jake Cole, Montana sharpshooter; Martin Tracey, surgeon; Washington MacGowen, scientific genius; Tyler Randall, ace pilot; and William Crawley, tabloid crime reporter. Their adventures are the stuff of legends. This new special edition contains the completely reedited and rewritten Captain Hazzard book Python Men of the Lost City by Ron Fortier, with new chapters not included in the 1938 book, plus an introduction and afterword written especially for this new edition.
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
I'd recommend this book to anyone who loves action adventure. It is fun, packed with tones of action and great characters.
What did you like best about this story?
Th over-the-top pulp era itself, when heroes were larger than life and battled equally melodramatic villainy.
Which scene was your favorite?
Those that take place in the mountain as Captain Hazzard fights to free his friends and allies.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Captain Hazzard's admiration for Mary Parker and her endurance in the battling through a horrible experience to save her father.
Any additional comments?
Joshua Nicholson is an amazing narrator and I very much want to listen to more of this titles.