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'Farewell, Nikola'

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In "Farewell, Nikola" by Guy Boothby, readers are transported into a thrilling world filled with mystery, suspense, and intrigue. The story follows the adventures of the charismatic Nikola, a man of many talents and secrets.

The author does a fantastic job of building tension and creating a sense of unease throughout the narrative. The plot twists and turns keep readers on the edge of their seats, eagerly turning pages to uncover the next revelation.

Boothby's characters are well-developed and engaging, particularly Nikola himself. His complex personality and enigmatic past make him a fascinating protagonist to follow. The interactions between the characters are realistic and add depth to the story.

Overall, "Farewell, Nikola" is a gripping tale that will appeal to fans of mystery and adventure. Boothby's vivid writing style and imaginative storytelling make this novel a must-read for anyone looking for an exciting and immersive read.

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Farewell Nikola is the fifth and last novel of the Dr Nikola series. We are reacquainted with Richard "Dick" Hatteras, former South Seas adventurer and Roustabout who clashed with Dr Nicola in “A Bid for Fortune". He is now Sir Richard Hatteras and firmly married. He is taking a long sojourn with his wife and companions in Venice, where quite by chance he bumps into Dr Nikola, who despite their stormy past, is the height of affability. He is still suave, cosmopolitan, cultivated and just as unscrupulous as he ever was. We discover that Nikola lives alone in Venice in a dilapidated palace with a macabre history. Hatteras is drawn once more into a tangled web spun by Dr Nikola who reveals something of his own past and presents a side of himself that we have never seen. He still regards himself above all laws, and follows his own strange code of conduct. If you thought that words like empathy, compassion, contrition would never have featured in the lexicon of Dr Nicola then be prepared for a surprise. - Summary by Peter Keeble


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