Bomba the Jungle Boy in the Abandoned City

Bomba the Jungle Boy in the Abandoned City

Roy Rockwood / Apr 05, 2020

Bomba the Jungle Boy in the Abandoned City Bomba lived far back in the jungles of the with a half demented naturalist who told the lad nothing of his past The jungle boy was a lover of birds and hunted animals with a bow and arrow and his tru

  • Title: Bomba the Jungle Boy in the Abandoned City
  • Author: Roy Rockwood
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 305
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Bomba lived far back in the jungles of the with a half demented naturalist who told the lad nothing of his past The jungle boy was a lover of birds, and hunted animals with a bow and arrow and his trusty machete He had a primitive education in some things, and his daring adventures will be followed with breathless interest by thousands Subtitle of this 5th book iBomba lived far back in the jungles of the with a half demented naturalist who told the lad nothing of his past The jungle boy was a lover of birds, and hunted animals with a bow and arrow and his trusty machete He had a primitive education in some things, and his daring adventures will be followed with breathless interest by thousands Subtitle of this 5th book is A Treasure Ten Thousand Years Old Years ago this great city had sunk out of sight beneath the trees of the jungle A wily half breed thought to carry away its treasure.

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      • Roy Rockwood

        Roy Rockwood was a house pseudonym used by the Stratemeyer Syndicate for boy s adventure books The name is most well remembered for the Bomba the Jungle Boy and Great Marvel series.


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    1. "For Bomba, to think was to act!" For my money, one of the best adventure series ever written. Vivid and fast-paced. This is a gripping action saga about an adolescent, Tarzan-style figure lost in the wilderness of South America; but with enough verve and pizazz to be original in its own right. What makes it stand out is the deadly Brazilian jungle Bomba faces. Every few pages Bomba is being threatened or attacked by some bizarre, terrible, and menacing creature. He is not like 'Tarzan' who is p [...]


    2. It is difficult to evaluate this book today. It was, after all, written for children in 1927, and the world has changed. Perhaps it is best to do this in sections.Fun to read? Yes, with the “it’s so old that it creeks” qualification. They don’t make books like this anymore, and for good reasons, one of which is our last item. The story is good enough, imaginative enough, Bomba and his quandaries are interesting enough, and the writing is readable enough to call this a good book. The coin [...]


    3. First read this as a kid- it had belonged to my uncle and I have always kept it on my shelves. According to the publisher's info at the back there was originally a color jacket but I never had that. The cover I provided for this record is what was printed on the cloth cover itself. Bomba is similar to the Tarzan books but written for a younger audience and I have to say the writing is almost a little 'better' than Burroughs [don't get me wrong, I love ERBs books, too but he could be a pretty awf [...]


    4. I loved this. When I was 10. (Many years ago). I realize now that it is not a good book for children. Only useful today as an historical curiosity, a cultural artifact.


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