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Doc Savage Doc Savage: The Sargasso Ogre is #18 in The Fantastic Adventures of Doc Savage Series. Download Doc Savage – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 268 pages
  • Doc Savage
  • Kenneth Robeson
  • English
  • 14 August 2018

14 thoughts on “Doc Savage

  1. Benjamin Thomas says:

    When one of Doc s aides is threatened, Doc and his crew embark on a ship board adventure against one of his greatest physical adversaries and in a truly remarkable setting the Sargasso Sea, a living breathing mythic site all its own where all the flotsam and jetsam and derelict ships of the ocean have converged into a floating muck that has become a home to a sort of lost civilization The tale is packed with all the Doc Savage tropes that one hopes for physical fights, gun fights, cutting edg When one of Doc s aides is threatened, Doc and his crew embark on a ship board adventure against one of his greatest physical adversaries and in a truly remarkable setting the Sargasso Sea, a living breathing mythic site all its own where all the flotsam and jetsam and derelict ships of the ocean have converged into a floating muck that has become a home to a sort of lost civilization The tale is packed with all the Doc Savage tropes that one hopes for physical fights, gun fights, cutting edge scientific devices for the 1930s , a mysterious plot, disguises, captured good guys with daring escapes and rescues, and of course, the incomparable mental acuity and foresight of one Clark Savage Jr.This early Doc Savage adventure, penned by the origi...

  2. Forrest says:

    The eighth Doc Savage tale or 18 in Bantam s wacky reprint order was originally published in October 1933, and it s a corker.Following directly on the events of The Lost Oasis, Doc and his gang find themselves swept up in a high seas mystery while returning home from Egypt The story is tight and moves along nicely, and the villain is truly worthy of Doc I love the way his name, Bruze, conveys his violent nature while also recalling Doc s own man of bronze moniker The setting and s The eighth Doc Savage tale or 18 in Bantam s wacky reprint order was originally published in October 1933, and it s a corker.Following directly on the events of The Lost Oasis, Doc and his gang find themselves swept up in a high seas mystery while returning home from Egypt The story is tight and moves along nicely, and the villain is truly worthy of Doc I love the way his name, Bruze, conveys his violent nature while also recalling Doc s own man of bronze m...

  3. Solitairerose says:

    The Sargasso Ogre is one of the early Doc Savage novels Like most of the Doc Savage pulps, it reads like a movie serial, with peril waiting constantly, lots of action, daring escapes, and a sense that anything can happen on the pages Lester Dent, under the name Kenneth Robeson, puts together a story that starts in Egypt and moves quickly to a battle on an ocean liner and ends in a strange Sargasso sea filled with lost ships, civilizations the live on the ships, and a group of criminals who see The Sargasso Ogre is one of the early Doc Savage novels Like most of the Doc Savage pulps, it reads like a movie serial, with peril waiting constantly, lots of action, daring escapes, and a sense that anything can happen on the pages Lester Dent, under the name Kenneth Robeson, puts together a story that starts in Egypt and moves quickly to a battle on an ocean liner and ends in a strange Sargasso sea filled with lost ships, civilizations the live on the ships, and a group of criminals who seem to have the upper hand on Doc Savage and his men as they stay one step ahead of them.Dent s writing is serviceable, not spending a lot of time describing things, and only giving the broad outlines of c...

  4. Phil says:

    Returning from their last adventure, upon leaving Egypt Doc Savage and his companions have their ocean liner hijacked by modern day pirates and taken to the Sargasso Sea Doc Savage finds himself working to protect both the passengers of his ocean liner and a shipful of beautiful castaways while dealing with well entrenched enemies led by the titular Sargasso Ogre This was one of the better entries in the Doc Savage series so far It felt a bitgrounded than some previous inst Returning from their last adventure, upon leaving Egypt Doc Savage and his companions have their ocean liner hijacked by modern day pirates and taken to the Sargasso Sea Doc Savage finds himself working to protect both the passengers of his ocean liner and a shipful of beautiful castaways while dealing with well entrenched enemies led by the titular Sargasso Ogre This was one of the better entries in the Doc Savage series so far It felt a bitgrounded than some previous installments i.e., no giant poisonous bats this time , but it included exotic locations, an interesting antagonist, and plenty of acti...

  5. Kent Archie says:

    I can t really recommend Doc Savage books I read some as a kid and wanted to see how they held up.The answer is not very well The treatment and even descriptions of women and non Americans or maybe non wealthy people are unpleasant The adventures themselves are fun and interesting and if you can skip over the parts that were acceptable 70 years ago but make you cringe now, then try one out You don t have to start with the first book, these are pretty standalone and tell you what you I can t really recommend Doc Savage books I read some as a kid and wanted to see how they held up.The answer is not very well The treatment and even descriptions of women an...

  6. Lynda says:

    Another adventure in the lives of Doc his men They take a ship homeward and the ship is taken by a gang of men who are never called pirates Doc meets a beautiful woman, whom he really doesn t notice because ...

  7. Michael Sigler says:

    The Sargasso Ogre was Lester Dent s all time favourite Doc Savage story he wrote To me, that really set up a big expectation, especially since the 8 or so before it weren t all that good This one is better than alot of its predecessors Doc s still a terrible ass, though.

  8. Morgan Chalfant says:

    Pulpy goodness.

  9. Frank says:

    Another good Doc adventure that I read back in the 70s.

  10. Brenda says:

    It s very good

  11. Craig says:

    The first Doc Savage story appeared in 1933 and the series ran in pulp and later digest format into 1949 Bantam reprinted the entire series in paperback with wonderful, iconic covers starting in the 1960 s Doc was arguably the first great modern superhero with a rich background, continuity, and mythos The characterizations were far richer than was common for the pulps his five associates and their sometimes auxiliary, Doc s cousin Pat, and the pets Chemistry and Habeas Corpus, all had very d The first Doc Savage story appeared in 1933 and the series ran in pulp and later digest format into 1949 Bantam reprinted the entire series in paperback with wonderful, iconic covers starting in the 1960 s Doc was arguably the first great modern superhero with a rich background, continuity, and mythos The characterizations were far richer than was common for the pulps his five associates and their sometimes auxiliary, Doc s cousin Pat, and the pets Chemistry and Habeas Corpus, all had very distinctive characteristics and their byplay was frequentlyentertaining that the current adventure of the month The settings were also fascinating Doc s Fortress of Solitude, the Hidalgo Trading Company which served as a front for his a...

  12. Kara Jorges says:

    The Sargasso Ogre begins in Alexandria, Egypt, where Doc and his five pals are about to board an ocean liner to return home from Africa Their departure is nearly hampered by an attempt on Long Tom s life, but Doc saves the day and he and his five friends board the Cameronic in plenty of time Things on board aren t as they should be, though The captain and crew behave as strangely as the foggy weather they ship encounters for a week straight, and when the sky clears, they find the ship has d The Sargasso Ogre begins in Alexandria, Egypt, where Doc and his five pals are about to board an ocean liner to return home from Africa Their departure is nearly hampered by an attempt on Long Tom s life, but Doc saves the day and he and his five friends board the Cameronic in plenty of time Things on board aren t as they should be, though The captain and crew behave as strangely as the foggy weather they ship encounters for a week straight, and when the sky clears, they find the ship has drifted several thousand miles off course to the heart of the Sargasso Sea There, Doc and company find a huge graveyard of derelict ships trapped in thick masses of seaweed, but most oddly of all, this strange island is inhabited not only by the bad guys who brought them there, but by other unfortunates whose ships drifted there from all over the world It s up to Doc and his gang to keep the villain known as the Sargasso Ogre...

  13. Angela says:

    The exotic travel means for this Doc Savage adventure is a cross Atlantic cruiseship and the thrilling local is the Sargasso sea The story starts off with a bang as a murder attempt is made on Long Tom in the Catacombs beneath Alexandria Doc battles a crew of cutthroats seeking to maroon the ocean liner and the very elements themselves in the form of the Sargasso sea Like the adventure before it, there seems to be no way out no conveyance that could get the team back to civilization Unusual The exotic travel means for this Doc Savage adventure is a cross Atlantic cruiseship and the thrilling local is the Sargasso sea The story starts off with a bang as a murder attempt is made on Long Tom in the Catacombs beneath Alexandria Doc battles a crew of cutthroats seeking to maroon the ocean liner and the very elements themselves in the for...

  14. David says:

    I was looking forward to re reading this one My memory of it when I was younger was of a dark and brooding tale set for the most part in near darkness as Doc battles the evil Sargasso Ogre, a man named Bruze who is almost Doc s match physicallyalmost The story runs back and forth through the Sargasso Sea, with one of the most important elements being Doc s desire not to immediately defeat the villain because the villain is the only one who knows how to escape the Sargasso This was a pr I was looking forward to re reading this one My memory of it when I was younger was of a dark and brooding tale set for the most part in near darkness as Doc battles the evil Sargasso Ogre, a man named Bruze who is almost Doc s match physicallyalmost The story runs back and forth through the Sargasso Sea, with one of the most important elements being Doc s desire ...

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