But before I do, you must understand one thing: The professor is vicious and wicked. In truth, this is true.
Thus, even though this professor is vicious and wicked, not even I can rip a good adventure book. But that doesn’t detract from my viciousness.
I hope you understand.
The professor recently read King Solomon’s Mines. And I must say, it was one of the finest adventure stories I’ve read in a while.
Credit must be given to FictionFan for the recommendation. (Seriously, check out her blog if you haven’t. FEF can interest me in practically any book by her fabulous reviews. I maybe—maybe, mind you—remember even being interested in an Austen book once upon a time.)
So, King Solomon’s Mines has been enshrined on the professor’s Adventure Book Shelf—along with the great Robin Hood.
You should give it read. I won’t tell you why, since you’ll probably want to read it more if I don’t.
Plus, the professor is feeling a bit lazy.
That’s all, gentlemen.