Out of the Devil's Mouth

Out of the Devil's Mouth➶ [Reading] ➸ Out of the Devil's Mouth By Travis Thrasher ➫ – Bluevapours.co.uk Henry Wolfe has a penchant for finding trouble Or more precisely trouble usually finds him It is the late 's and Wolfe, a traveling reporter selfproclaimed adventurer, is hired to go on a mission dee Henry Wolfe has a penchant for finding the Devil's PDF È trouble Or precisely trouble usually finds him It is the late 's and Wolfe, a traveling reporter selfproclaimed adventurer, is hired to go on a mission deep into the dubious jungles of VenezuelaSeveral months earlier, the son of a wealthy family disappeared during his search for a lost tribe who reportedly had found the key to eternal life Wolfe is a lastminute replacement Out of Kindle - on the team to go find and extricate the son, no matter whatNo white man has ever gone down this Venezuelan river path and returned alive Local tribesmen and predators lurk in the leafy shadows as Henry and his team fight for their lives.

Bestselling author Travis Thrasher has written the the Devil's PDF È Devil's PDF over books, spanning genres in fiction, nonfiction and children’s literature His inspirational stories have included collaborations with filmmakers, musicians, athletes, celebrities and pastors With the childhood goal of pursuing a writing career starting in third grade, Thrasher worked for years at Tyndale House Publishers after graduating co.

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  • Paperback
  • 320 pages
  • Out of the Devil's Mouth
  • Travis Thrasher
  • English
  • 13 January 2017
  • 9780802486691

10 thoughts on “Out of the Devil's Mouth

  1. Patrick Cox says:

    What an adventure? I really enjoyed this story of a group of people headed into Amazon Jungles to find a lost brother. Dead quickly comes for many and the group faces so many obstacles in their journey.

    In the winter of 1928, the Prescott family contacted me about joining an expedition to the Amazon jungle in search of their missing son, Louis. The following is an account of our ill-fated journey into the unknown. It is a tale of adventure, mystery, and intrigue.

    I didn’t leave anything out because I knew you’d be interested in hearing all the astonishing details—attacking snakes, foreboding jungles, killer jaguars, pools of piranha, breathtaking cliffs and waterfalls, and yes, even a forbidden city—it’s all in here.

    And a few other . . . surprises.

    Take the leap with me. You’ll enjoy it.

    Henry Wolfe, 1929

  2. Barbara says:

    Fellow adventure seekers, you should pick up this novel. It's an adventure story-cum-romance set in Chicago and the Amazon River in the late 1920s, and it's pretty good.

    I couldn't get into the novel Isolation at all (mainly because I don't see the point in there being a Christian version of The Shining), but I did like Admission and Thrasher is a good writer. This is the second Henry Wolfe adventure, and here he's escaping gangsters in Chicago only to find himself adrift (literally, at times) on the Amazon with a beautiful woman, Kate, who is searching for her missionary brother, Louis, who is missing.

    Along the way, the band of adventurers including a doctor (who fatally meets a jaguar), a Brazilian Indian, and Max, Henry's enigmatic friend from Key West confront piranhas, angry Indian tribes who jealousy guard a secret city, and lost-and-presumed-dead missionaries. There are also the requisite cliffs, waterfalls, and attacking vines (that apparently escaped from Scott Smith's The Ruins) and foreboding jungles.

  3. Jeff Carpenter says:

    This was an interesting book. Although it is a stand alone novel it gives the reader the sense of being part of a series. Flashbacks and in book discussions leaves you wanting to read the rest of the books about this character until you get to the end and find there is no other books about this character. All in all a good story.

  4. Jaime says:

    This book reads like a Lifetime movie crossed with the latest (and worst) Indiana Jones movie. It was entertaining at best, with predictable, lame and blah dialogue and expected plot twists. Did help pass the time on the subway, though.

  5. Stacy Willoughby says:

    Romance & adventure! Much like an Indiana Jones story. I couldn't put it down!

  6. Sibemi says:

    Awesome book*

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