The Lost World by Arthur Conan Doyle

The Lost World

By Arthur Conan Doyle

  • Release Date: 1925-01-01
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
Score: 4.5
From 680 Ratings
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The Lost World is a novel released in 1912 by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle concerning an expedition to a plateau in the Amazon basin of South America where prehistoric animals (dinosaurs and other extinct creatures) still survive.


  • Pretty weird

    By Derpyninja 423
    I did not understand it very well.very boring and to much complicated language.i gave it one star because I thought that it was ok but it could be disrespect to the author intended.
  • Excellent read

    By Col Babes
    Considering that this is nearing the 100 year old mark I was amazed at how readable this was and stands the test of time well.
  • Old stories die hard

    By Suet198911
    This is one of the first classic stories I have read and I will probably not read a modern one until I have read all the great authors of old times could take me a while
  • Fabulous book

    By Ella and Tilly's daddy
    I love reading but have spent most my time reading Tolkien and Rowling as few other authors give you that sense of being in the 3 dimensions of the story. Hail Mr Doyle who entrapped in his wonderful work 😊
  • The lost world

    By Bernfin
    A very good read, from the old school.
  • Timeless

    By Oboeplum
    Nearly a hundred years old and still as engaging as any of today's adventure stories. One to be read again an again
  • The Lost World

    By Compoovik
    I can't imagine how I managed to read this book when I was a teenager back in the fifties as it's language is somewhat archaic. But never the less a great story and one most obviously used in the "Jurassic Park" movie. Worth reading again.
  • The Lost World

    By Buddhistgal
    Nothing to do with the Jurassic park version thankfully, but a real classic, very well written tale. I found a lot of the text a little more troublesome to read than the likes of Chaucer or Shakespeare, simply due to its wordiness, but overall it was worth the time. A little hard to get into, but once I was there I was certainly hooked. A good read.
  • Quality

    By Shaul4evs
    Absolutely brilliant
  • The Lost World

    By Chris Conniff
    A wonderful book to lose yourself in. It is often interesting how writers were able to write back then with words that would be seen as inappropriate!!! But great.