Flaming Forest

Flaming Forest

by James Oliver Curwood


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A Royal Northwest Canadian Mounty always gets his man. Or does he? Will David Carrigan catch Black Roger Audemard and escape his captors as they traverse thousands of miles of Northern rivers and forests? Read to find out!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781406510171
Publisher: Dodo Press
Publication date: 08/12/2006
Pages: 196
Sales rank: 783,752
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.45(d)
Age Range: 1 - 17 Years

About the Author

About The Author
American author James Oliver Curwood (1878 -1927) wrote action-adventure novels and his bestsellers were among the most read books in America in the 1900s. More than a dozen Hollywood films have been based on his frontier novels including "The Bear."
Curwood was both a writer and conservationist. His books ranked among Publisher's Weekly top-ten best sellers in the United States in the early 1920s. At the time of his death, he was the highest paid (per word) author in the world. His writing studio, Curwood Castle, is now a museum in Owosso, Michigan.
James Oliver Curwood's books Include:
1. The Courage of Captain Plum -1908
2. The Wolf Hunters - 1908
3. The Gold Hunters - 1909
4. The Danger Trail - 1910
5. The Honor of the Big Snows -1911
6. Steele of the Royal Mounted -1911
7. The Flower of the North -1912
8. Isobel: A Romance of the Northern Trail or Icebound Hearts -1913
9. God's Country and the Woman -1915
10. The Hunted Woman -1916
11. The Grizzly King -1916
12. The Courage of Marge O'Doone -1918
13. Nomads of the North - 1919
14. The River's End - 1919
15. Back to God's Country and Other Stories -1920
16. The Valley of Silent Men - 1920
17. God's Country - The Trail to Happiness -1921
18. The Golden Snare -1921
19. The Flaming Forest -1921
20. The Country Beyond - 1922

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The Flaming Forest 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fast paced story of back woods drama in early 1900s Canada. James Oliver Curwood lived among the people he wrote about and uses many interesting characters in this and his other novels. The ARose Books publication is not a scanned copy, but a carefully edited version with enhanced original lithographs.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What? Whose side is this? ~Apex
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My eyes narrow at the she cat who disappeared, my violet eyes flashing a deep, blood red. "If you try and hurt my family....I will kill you," I snarl.+Mistypaw
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Liked the story and charactors.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I raced through the forest and found myself surrounded by flaming trees. I let out a yelp as a branch fell in front of me and threw ashes towards us. We shook them off us and went around. "Dad!!" I called. "Grandpa!!" Ivypaw yowled. I coughed as smoke surrounded us, filling my lungs. "Dad! Tornadoclaw!" I yowled. I heard a noise to our side and saw a fallen tree. There was a gray tail sticking out from underneath it. "No.." I murmured. Ivypaw and I raced over to the tree and placed out front paws on the side, ignoring the fire. We pushed on it and it rolled over, revealing my father, his gray fur singed and his back leg broken. He was breathing, but only slightly. Dad let out a cough. "Talonpaw..? Is that you?" He wheezed. I kicked his head, "Yeah." I murmured. "We should get him out of here." Ivypaw mewed. I nodded and bit into my father's scruff and heaved him away. We took him to a small patch of burned grass and lay him down. Tornadoclaw kept coughing and gasping for air. I looked over at Ivypaw who was crouching down and covering her muzzle with her paws. "Talonpaw.." The gray deputy murmured. I leaned my head closer and looked at him. "Yes father?" I asked, my voice shaking. "I need you (cough) and Ivypaw (cough) to get (cough) outta here (cough). It's not safe (cough) here." He wheezed. I shook my head, "No!" I wailed. "I can't leave yoy here! What about mother?" I sobbed. Tornadoclaw smiled weakly, "Tell Geckostar... that I love her. Tell her not to grieve, for I will always be with her." He murmured. "Now go. It doesn't look like Ivypaw will last any longer.. farewell my son. You will make a great Medicine Cat one day. Tell Geckostar I will miss her greatly... Geckostar.." He murmured. Then, Tornadoclaw's breathing ceased. My father was dead. I buried my head in his fur briefly, then turned to face Ivypaw. She was coughing and gasping for air. 'Father was right, she won't last any longer.' I thought. I coughed and picked up Ivypaw by the scruff. I threw her on my back and raced back to camp, tears streaming down my face.