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The Black Mountain
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BLACK MOUNTAIN follows the continuing adventures of accidental super soldier Alex Hunter, codename: Arcadian. After being left for dead with a horrific body-wide viral infection in the previous novel, (THIS GREEN HELL), Hunter's body is placed in stasis by his commanding officer and entrusted to the Israeli special forces where he is eventually cured, more by his own superhuman physiognomy /5().
The book opens with the murder of Wolfe’s best and oldest friend, Marko Vukcic, also a native of Montenegro. Wolfe’s adopted daughter, Carla, also appears, and is also murdered.
Wolfe and Archie travel to Italy and Montenegro, and the bulk of the novel is more akin to a spy novel than the typical Nero Wolfe story/5. Rex Stout's "The Black Mountain" (first published in ) is The Black Mountain book 24th book in his "Nero Wolfe" series.
By this point in the series, you know pretty much what to expect. There are a couple of loops thrown at us, though, which I found particularly amusing.
First, almost all of this book takes place with Nero Wolfe actually AWAY from home/5(). At first, The Black Mountain reminded me of a Robert Louis Stevenson novel, with the young man heading off for adventure. But it probably owes more to Rudyard Kipling's Kim, which follows the adventures of an Indian orphan during British colonial rule in India.3/5(1).
Rex Stout's "The Black Mountain" (first published in ) is the 24th book in his "Nero Wolfe" series. By this point in the series, you know pretty much what to expect.
There are a couple of loops thrown at us, though, which I found particularly amusing. First, almost all of this book takes place with Nero Wolfe actually AWAY from home/5(95).
Buy a cheap copy of The Black Mountain book by Rex Stout. Vowing to avenge the murder of his dear friend, Marko Vukcic, Nero Wolfe, along with his faithful partner, Archie Goodwin, journey to the hazardous mountains of Free shipping over $Cited by: 3.
Surrounded by all creatures gruesome and grotesque, Thisby Thestoop, the gamekeeper for the Black Mountain Dungeon, is getting roped into another job—saving the princess’s skin—in the debut fantasy-adventure series by Zac Gorman, contributor to the hilarious Rick and Morty comic series/5.
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Surrounded by all creatures gruesome and grotesque, Thisby Thestoop, the gamekeeper for the Black Mountain Dungeon, is getting roped into another job—saving the princess’s skin—in the debut fantasy-adventure series by Zac Gorman, contributor to the hilarious Rick and Morty comic series.
In the absurd land of Nth, Thisby Thestoop can be found within the forlorn walls of Castle Grimstone.The Black Mountain Review developed out of a correspondence between Robert Creeley and Charles Orson, the rector of Black Mountain College.
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