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by Wilbur Smith

Download The Eye of the Tiger ePub
  • ISBN 0749322225
  • ISBN13 978-0749322229
  • Language English
  • Author Wilbur Smith
  • Publisher William Heinemann Ltd (September 1, 1995)
  • Formats rtf txt doc lit
  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory Action and Adventure
  • Size ePub 1669 kb
  • Size Fb2 1144 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 584

Harry is a man with a checkered past. But on St. Mary's Island things are going well for him as a charter skipper. He has a lovely home, a beautiful girlfriend, and rich clientele. Then men from his past invade his happy life. Now Harry's playing an all-too-familiar game for an unknown prize, against undeclared odds, where failure means death. Available in September.

Book 12 in the Standalone Books. I hung the fish on Admiralty Wharf from the derrick of the crane. Benjamin, the harbour-master, signed a certificate for a total weight of eight hundred and seventeen pounds.

Book 12 in the Standalone Books. READ NOW. A sample from The Eye of the Tiger. It was one of those seasons when the fish came late.

Wilbur Smith is a talented and established author. I was hooked on his Egyptian series at a young age. The eye of the tiger is a well paced book with loads of sea/diving adventure. There is good character development before the actual undersea discovery part of the book takes place. The plot has a nice flow, no jumping around.

Category: Fiction Historical Adventure. TIGER! burning bright In the forests of the night. In what distant deeps or skies Burnt the fire of thine eyes?" William Blake. Synopsis: Harry Fletcher, a man with a chequered past, now makes an honest living as a charter skipper fishing in the magnificent Indian Ocean. Until suddenly men from a world he has put behind him plunge him once more into a deadly game.

The Eye of the Tiger is a 1975 novel by Wilbur Smith set among the islands of the Indian Ocean and in England and the waters offshore. Film rights were bought by producer Michael Klinger who had made two films based on Smith novels

The Eye of the Tiger is a 1975 novel by Wilbur Smith set among the islands of the Indian Ocean and in England and the waters offshore. Film rights were bought by producer Michael Klinger who had made two films based on Smith novels. Although Smith did a screenplay, no movie has resulted as of 2016.

Wilbur Smith is a global phenomenon: a distinguished author with a large and established readership built up over . I followed his advice and tried out Eye of the Tiger. This is the first Wilbur Smith novel I've read, and it definitely will not be the last. I'm definitely hooked! Why am I so hooked?

Wilbur Smith is a global phenomenon: a distinguished author with a large and established readership built up over fifty-five years of writing, with sales of over 130 million novels worldwide. I'm definitely hooked! Why am I so hooked?

From bestselling novelist Wilbur Smith, The Eye of the Tiger is an exciting adventure set amongst the peaceful islands of the Indian Ocean, where a man's past returns to hunt him down. I was looking down, watching the shark come.

From bestselling novelist Wilbur Smith, The Eye of the Tiger is an exciting adventure set amongst the peaceful islands of the Indian Ocean, where a man's past returns to hunt him down. I saw the hog's snout with the two slotted nostrils, the golden eyes with the black pupils like arrowheads, the broad blue back from which stood the tall executioner's blade of the dorsal fi.

An action-packed thriller from global bestseller Wilbur Smith "It takes one to recognise on. Books related to The Eye of the Tiger.

An action-packed thriller from global bestseller Wilbur Smith "It takes one to recognise one. This was a man trained t. .

The Eye of the Tiger. Author: Wilbur Smith. For a thousand years, an unimaginable treasure has rested on the bottom of the Indian Ocean, hidden by swift blue currents, guarded by deadly coral reefs, and even deadlier school of man-eating great white sharks

One caught his eye – a tall, bald-headed man who seemed familiar. Disappointment seized him – only for a moment.

One caught his eye – a tall, bald-headed man who seemed familiar. At that distance, shaded by the palm trees, Tom could not see the sword in his hand. One of the soldiers must have looted a sword from the battlefield, but Tom did not give up hope. Such a prize could not be kept hidden. Men would talk, and when they did he would make sure he heard of it.

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Heri
This book quickly grabbed me and led me down the path of several late nights reading when I should have been sleeping. He writes about contemporary Africa as well as the wild country of previous centuries. The plots he creates keeps me wondering what could possibly happen next but he doesn't disappoint . New readers of this author will swiftly join the food of his avid readers.
Snowseeker
Nobody does it better. Well written, exciting story line. Hangs together from start to finish something a lot of today's authors should learn. I had kind of hoped for a sequel to this, but alas it has not happened. This is a man's story told for men by an author that understands how it works. if you like adventure stories you will like this story as well as most other stories by Smith.
Iphonedivorced
Having sold 130,000,000 (?) books, Mr Smith really doesn't need a recommendation from the likes of me. That said, it is just plain wonderful to read. Who says old guys still can't write a cracking great story?
Yggfyn
Rip roaring tale of adventure. Another great story of the sea. Constant action and enough twists to keep it interesting. The more I read the harder it became to put it down. Hope there is a follow-up.
Inerrace
I am a big Wilbur Smith fan having read many of his novels. But this one is not up to his normal standard. It was full of adventure but very very gorey and bloody. Much too much graphic violence for me. It is a story set around finding sunken treasure. Being a scuba diver, I thought it would be a fun read. But the scuba detail is very inaccurate. References to the bends and dangerous animal encounters that really don't happen that way. Plus the kindle conversion was full of bad text with many I's as 1 and some other words wrong made it distracting to read on Kindle. Skip this one.
Anayaron
I enjoyed reading this book. I'm looking forward to the next book. I have enjoyed all of the Courtney series and the Ballantyne series..
Chuck
Bukus
He switched from historical Africa to sea based story byut just as spellbinding. Am still a staunch Wilbur Smith fan can’t wait to read his next.
I got a sample (free thank goodness) and struggled to believe that this was the Wilbur Smith I read on The Courtneys and his great Egyptian books. This could have been written by a 10 year old. The writing was pathetic. I could not even finish the free sample. Beware if you are expecting anything at all from this book